Designing activities that address Climate Change and Strategizing Sustainability

Join us in this conference session as we facilitate hands-on, outdoor teaching methods to approach various climate change topics for a broad range of ages. We will first explore “Discovery Stations,” designed to engage the audience informally in climate change conversations through a short, thought provoking, guided activity, using something the audience is already familiar with as a jumping off point. We will then follow up with a few expansion activities that we use in our school field trips that encourage critical thinking, utilizing various forms of activities (listening, tactile, observational, physical, games) catering to different kinds of learners. We will cover various place-based topics such as biodiversity, water scarcity, impacts on food security, environmental stewardship and sustainable living options. Program instruction is presented in alignment with the BC curriculum communication, thinking, and personal and social core competencies.

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