Recovery, Reflection, & Reciprocity Series
(Re)storying Early Childhood Pedagogy on the Land through Two-Eyed Seeing with Lynn Short (Environmental Stewardship Coordinator and Indigenous Education Specialist, Humber Arboretum) and Louise Zimanyi (Professor of Early Childhood Education, Humber College)
On Thursday, January 13th, 2022 from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm ET Lynn and Louise will discuss how students, educators, children and families co-learn from the land using Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives, grounded in the principles of Etuaptmumk/Two-Eyed Seeing (in the Mi'kmaq language).
Free Self-Guided Learning Program
5-Part Instructional Video Series
Over the summer, Natural Curiosity engaged our key authors and leading practitioners to develop a new, freely accessible professional learning program in support of environmental and Indigenous education across Turtle Island for all.
This 5-part instructional video series that provides an introductory exploration of Natural Curiosity’s four-branch environmental inquiry framework, deepened by Indigenous perspectives.
December's edition of Making the Shift is out now! This month, Natural Curiosity is taking a look back on the past year. The newsletter also showcases some resources and events to help you get outdoors and engage in Environmental Education and Indigenous perspectives this month and beyond.
Green Teacher featured our Program Director, Haley Higdon, in the latest episode of Talking with Green Teachers podcast. Check out the episode to hear Haley as she shares her insights about braiding Indigenous teachings into learning as well as educator stories that resonate strongly in today’s world.