These are the resources for teaching environmental education to K to 12 students and other audiences. Use the filters on the left to refine your search.



Energy Illustrated is a web series featuring short videos that clearly illustrate and explain current...

 


 

Choose your Voice and Voices into Action are two free online resources filled with curriculum based lesson-plans for teachers based on social justice issues and environmental justice issues, including Residential Schools, Chinese Head Tax, Japanese...

 


 

The Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network links to a wide range of climate change resources for all grade levels. 

 


 

Yale Climate Connections provides current articles and radio stories from around the globe about the impacts of climate change and what people are doing about it. Articles are...

 


 

Energy is needed to move, to harvest, to build, to mine, to manufacture, to heat, to chill, to illuminate. Everything that makes up our modern society is facilitated, in some way, by the provision of energy. The...

 


 

Add your class to the Junior Water Walkers! Use the activity ideas in the four pillars: Connect, Reflect, Respect, and Protect, and then commit to protecting...

 


 

Wetlands 101 features eleven 5-7 minute videos regularly updated with the most current information about wetlands and Alberta’s policies. Students will receive a certificate of completion for...

 


 

As a botanist, Robin Wall Kimmerer has been trained to ask questions of nature with the tools of science. As a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, she embraces the notion that plants and animals are our oldest teachers. In Braiding Sweetgrass,...

 


 

Discovering the Arctic Learn about arctic wildlife, challenges, people, and research.

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Common Ground is a documentary-drama that depicts an interaction between an Aboriginal Hunter and an Alberta Fish and Wildlife Officer. Featuring commentary from traditional...

 


 

Elizabeth Lahl, Langdon School, Grade 9 - Rocky View Schools

This year long inquiry revolved around the inquiry question: “Are the oil sands sustainable for all Albertans?”

Through in-class research, class discussions and meeting with...

 


 

The Alberta Youth Leaders for Environmental Education (AYLEE) Green Leaders Kit has been created by youth for youth across Alberta so that they can work toward a more sustainable future by making real change. Explore our suggestions for planning a...

 


 

Virtual field trips include: Wetlands, Critter Dipping, Owls, and Marshes.

This interactive map shows...

 


 

Each week find updates about meaningful markers of the shift to renewable energy and the electrification & decarbonization of economies around the world. This includes solar, wind,...

 


 

Canada's Outdoor Learning Store sells a variety of book bundles, guides, and kits to aid educators in taking learning outdoors. Search the shop by seasons, themes, type, language, and age...

 


 

Sustainable Me has an excellent series of short video interviews with Albertans about their sustainability projects, including business owners, home builders, educators, and...

 


 

The guide focuses specifically on how to help engage First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) youth to take action to create change...

 


 

The Kimberley Foundation shares climate change films made by students in Grade 7-12 and postsecondary from their FOCUS! Climate Change Student Video Competition. These films are publicly accessible in the form of a student produced...

 


 

BioKits are interactive activity books that can be printed and taken with your class on any outing in the community or natural parks!...

 


 

The Alberta Education competencies: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Managing Information, Creativity and Innovation, Communication, Collaboration, Cultural and Global Citizenship, and Personal Growth and Well-being all provide excellent...