Join us for a guided walking tour of New Westminster’s Pier Park. Formerly a heavy-industrial ‘brownfield’ site, multiple environmental award-winning Pier Park is an exemplar of urban renewal and environmental remediation, providing residents with a shared community space that reflects the City’s important past while acting as a model for sustainable urban development moving forward. Meet at 5:30 at Begbies, or come find us at the park.
June 28, 2018 Judge Begbie’s 609 Columbia Street, New Westminster, BC
5:30-6:30pm Pier Park tour. Meet at Judge Begbie’s or come find us at the park 6:30-9:30pm Success story sharing and school year-end celebration at Judge Begbie’s
Join K-12 educators, post-secondary educators, community partners, collaborators and champions for change at this FREE regional network event:
Be inspired by and connect with champions for sustainability and place-based education in British Columbia
Celebrate and share key ingredients for success
Learn about new ideas, curriculum opportunities and professional development events
Enjoy a selection of hors d’oeuvres and beverages
The STAN (Science & Technology Awareness Network) Conference is coming to TELUS World of Scienceon April 11th and 12th!
We are giving away 2 FREE registrations to the conference! Simply tweet @C2C_BC telling us why you’d like to attend the conference and tag @stan_rsst. Deadline is 11:00pm on Monday, April 2nd!
To meet the challenges and opportunities of our rapidly changing world, the next generation of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Design, and Mathematics) leaders and innovators must harness the full spectrum of available resources. Only through collaboration across cultures, disciplines, sectors, regions and gender can we collectively support skill development for all Canadians. The 2018 STAN Conference will explore how STEAM teaching and learning is evolving and emphasize the importance of collaboration. Click here for more information and to register.
The Classrooms to Communities (C2C) workshop will take place in Cranbrook and Fernie. This is an opportunity to help inspire, support and enhance the ongoing and evolving work of K-12 teachers in British Columbia School Communities to integrate Place-based Education as best practice. It is an invitation for school district staff and community partners to learn, share, connect and collaborate together to support Place-based Learning. This workshop is a collaboration between the East Kootenay Environmental Educators Provincial Specialist Association (EKEEPSA), the Kootenay-Boundary Environmental Education Initiative (KBEE) and the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN).
BC curriculum is changing. The Classrooms to Communities (C2C) Workshop is a professional development opportunity that will inspire community-connected learning, enhance teacher mentorship and foster collaboration to transform teacher practice and learning in our school districts.
How will C2C benefit your school district?
Explore Place-Based Education as a rich pedagogy of opportunities
Get to know the C2C Partners, Resources and Workshops
Build relationships and share successes between school districts in the region
Gain expertise, inspiration and support from colleagues and C2C partners
Collaborate to advance your district’s 2018-2019 Pro-D plan
April 10, 2018
Camp Alexandra, Crescent Beach, BC
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