Workshops

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

Sept 28, 9am – 5pm,  Lakeshore Campground on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Akisqnuk First Nation

$25 discount for CBEEN Members! Join/renew.

Coyote Mentoring is a powerful nature-based educational model that fosters a deep connection with the natural world. Focusing on play, story telling and nature crafts, Coyote Mentoring is an amazing way of getting both children and adults to learn…without knowing it. Read more…

This workshop is facilitated by Dave Verhulst of Nature’s Tracks Forest Play, hosted by the Eva Joseph Learning and Cultural Society’s Little Badgers Early Learning Program, in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Place-based Learning Network EEPSA Local Chapter, and supported by CBEEN.

2019 Classrooms to Communities Conference

October 25-26, First Nations Longhouse, UBC Vancouver

50% discount for up to 10 CBEEN Members!  Join/renew.

Place-Based Learning is a core foundation of our curriculum in BC. By helping educators to connect classroom and community through a focus on people, place and planet, this professional development event hopes to inspire more promising practices and transformative learning in our schools and communities.

Coyote Mentoring – Revelstoke

8:30am-3:00m, October 25, Macpherson Nordic Lodge, Revelstoke

$30 discount for CBEEN Members!  Join/renew.

Coyote Mentoring is a powerful nature-based educational model that fosters a deep connection with the natural world. Focusing on play, story telling and nature crafts, Coyote Mentoring is an amazing way of getting both children and adults to learn…without knowing it. Read more…

Hosted in partnership with the Revelstoke EEPSA Local Chapter.

Cross Curricular Outdoor, Experiential Teaching and Learning Workshop

October 25, 8:45am – 12:30pm

JA Laird Elementary, Invermere

$30 discount for CBEEN Members! Join/renew.

Increase your capacity as an environmental educator with current research, tried and tested activities and the opportunity to network with and learn from your colleagues. Focus on cross-curricular links, STEAM projects, core competencies, career education and ADST. Discuss social, emotional and community building. Consider Indigenous ways of knowing/storytelling assessment. Leave with tangible “do tomorrow” type activities!

Community-based Social Marketing Beginner & Advanced Workshop

January 28-31, Vancouver

$50 discount for CBEEN Members!  Join/renew.

Learn how community-based social marketing (CBSM) can be used to foster behavioural changes and provides attendees the opportunity to apply this approach to their own programs.

Email info@cbeen.org for $50 CBEEN member discount code. Bursaries available.

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