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Archive for February, 2017

Alberta Tomorrow engages students in sustainability planning and balanced land use

Monday, February 13th, 2017

Alberta Tomorrow was originally created in 2005 by Matthew Carlson and Dr. Brad Stelfox of the ALCES group. Since then, Alberta Tomorrow has been used extensively by teachers and students throughout Alberta. Alberta Tomorrow is critically reviewed and bias neutral. The continued development has been overseen by a steering committee comprised of representatives of industry,… Read More →

Yellowfish Road: Canada’s premier water education program

Saturday, February 11th, 2017

TUC’s Yellow Fish Road™ program targets and engages Canada’s youth to protect Canada’s water, not only for today but for the future as well. Students learn about the impact pollution has on their community and what steps they can take to protect their local water. In most municipalities across Canada, storm drains flow untreated directly… Read More →

Let Inside Education inspire your students

Friday, February 10th, 2017

Inside Education offers elementary programs including Alberta Forests, Natural Resources and Energy and also Electricity and Energy. Junior High programs include Electricity Challenge  – A Solar Lantern Building Project or Agriculture in Alberta  – Cultivating Stewardship. Also offered are senior high programs and special projects. Using an award-winning approach to environment and natural resource education, the team… Read More →

YouthLink is passionately and proactively inspiring kids to make positive choices and stay safe.

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Experience the wonderful world of Policing in Calgary at Youthlink. When students visits Youthlink, their adventure begins not in a traditional classroom, but in one of three exciting Crime Labs. During full-day fieldtrips, students spend half the day learning about forensic science through our Forensic Files evidence and investigation program. The other half of the… Read More →

The zoo isn’t just a great place to visit animals and plants; it’s the perfect place to learn about them too.

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Learning is more fun at the zoo! Your students will have a blast exploring the natural world around them and discovering the answers to some pretty cool questions. Enjoy hands-on activities, role-playing and costumes as we make our way through a variety of curriculum-based programs. You’ll also have plenty of time to explore the zoo… Read More →