Celebrating Outdoor Learning in local nature

Acknowledging unceded territory of Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh

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Submitted by: Selina Miller Grade level: secondary Core Competencies: critical-thinking,positive-personal-and-cultural-identity,communication Subject Disciplines: social-studies,humanities,geography,english,outdoor-education This lesson is inspired by Traci Warkentin’s 2011 article “Cultivating Urban Naturalists.” Students will be working with a partner and returning to
Submitted by: Ben Hockley Grade level: middle-years,secondary Core Competencies: communication,creative-thinking,positive-personal-and-cultural-identity,social-responsibility Subject Disciplines: earth-science-and-space-science,outdoor-education Subject: Science    Grade: 6-8    Timing: 10-15 minutes each class, for about 8 classes Main Idea: An outdoor exploration of different lenses we

Nature Art

Submitted by: Jackie HamnettGrade level: elementaryCore Competencies: creative-thinking,social-responsibility,communicationSubject Disciplines: fine-arts,outdoor-education Nature Art Grade 4/5 Class Big Idea ·       Artists experiment in a variety of ways todiscover new possibilities CurricularCompetencies       Create artistic works collaboratively

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