Workshops & Webinars

We are pleased to offer the following workshops in partnership with our members and partners.

Recordings are available here: cbeen.ca/videos

Certificates of completion can be issued upon request following the workshop.

Activating School Communities to Reduce Food Waste

Thursday, April 21 – 4pm Pacific / 5pm Mountain

Recorded and posted here for those who can’t attend at this time

With EcoSchools Canada and Food Cycle Science

At this workshop we are excited to showcase a unique partnership between EcoSchools Canada and Food Cycle Science which has brought forward sustainable solutions such as the FoodCycler for Schools! This team will share resources and ideas related to this and other innovative approaches to schools becoming more sustainable.

Sierra Frank is Program Director with EcoSchools Canada. With over 15 years of professional experience in the education, environmental, and non-profit sectors, Sierra has extensive practice developing programming and teaching people of all ages, from preschoolers to adults. Clara Luke has been working with environmental non-profits and start-ups for over 10 years. Before joining the EcoSchools Canada team, her experiences spanned school-based urban agriculture programs, food co-ops, and sustainable food service.

Ami Gagne joined Food Cycle Science just last year as the Project Coordinator for Municipal Solutions. Ami is passionate about creating spaces and amplifying the voices of QTBIPOC youths in her community, centring conversations on climate justice and decolonization. Alex Hayman leads the Municipal Solutions team at Food Cycle Science, helping communities across Canada to divert food waste out of landfills.

Indigenous Resources for Educators and Learners

Thursday, June 9 – 4pm Pacific / 5pm Mountain

Recorded and posted here for those who can’t attend at this time

With Indigenous Advisor, Jenna Jasek

Indigenous knowledge and perspectives are foundational to outdoor learning. Our Outdoor Learning Team has prioritized ensuring that partnerships with Indigenous organizations and advisors are key to our operations. This has resulted in some amazing Indigenous Learning Resources being made available.

In this workshop, Jenna Jasek, Indigenous Advisor to The Outdoor Learning Store, will share her perspectives on some of her favourite Indigenous learning resources. Jenna is also the District Vice Principal of Indigenous Learning and Equity for Rocky Mountain School District No. 6. As an Indigenous person she is learning about her culture and loves learning about traditional teachings and knowledge of nature. She strives to provide students opportunities to explore, learn and immerse themselves in the outdoors and outdoor education.

Virtual Campfire Connections: Circling up with Educators from Coast to Coast to Coast

Monthly on the 1st Thursday of the Month!

With our Canadian Outdoor Learning Partners

Join our Canadian Outdoor Learning Partners to learn, share and connect around all things related to outdoor learning. There will be opportunities to hear from partners and breakout into groups and discuss key things on your mind. Whether your a seasoned outdoor learning educator, or an educator taking their first steps outside the classroom, there will be some great takeaways.

Our Canadian Outdoor Learning Partners include 25+ of the best outdoor and environmental learning organizations from coast to coast to coast. Collectively, we support hundreds of thousands of teachers and students each year as we work to deepen and improve our practice around outdoor and environmental learning.

This is a monthly recurring meeting at 4pm Pacific / 5pm Mountain at the dates above. Please just use the link below to join at the time of the event.

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