Are you in or are you out? Take your learning outside for at least one day during the Fall, Winter and Spring Take Me Outside for Learning Weeks.
This event is coordinated by the Kootenay Boundary Chapter of the British Columbia School Superintendents Association (KBBCSSA) through their Environmental Education Initiative. Their goal is to support students’ understanding of their local environment, and empowerment of thoughtful action, through outdoor, experiential, place-based and place-conscious learning.
Browse and download lessons, copy sheets and more from WildBC. Click here to check them out.
Looking for some fun and easy ways to assess for learning while outdoors? Click here for 20 Fun and Easy Strategies for Assessing
Daily doses of connecting our students to the outdoors & nature are important for their academic, social, emotional and physical success. Click here for research on the benefits of connecting students to nature & the outdoors.
This report was just published by Stanford University on the impacts of environmental education for K-12 students. This includes a higher aptitude for 21st century skills such as critical thinking, oral communication, analytical skills, problem solving, and higher-order thinking.
You can find many connections to outdoor & place-based learning and the redesigned BC curriculum by clicking here.
You can find more resources on CBEEN’s Teaching Resources page by clicking here.