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2024 Educator Awards

Now Open!

Get ready to celebrate excellence in environmental education as the award period for Natural Curiosity Educator Awards is now open! Recognizing exceptional educators across Canada, both the Edward Burtynsky Award for Teaching Excellence in Environmental Education and the David Suzuki Fellowship Award, highlights innovative practices in environmental inquiry. 

Virtual Cree Language Course

Brought to you by Natural Curiosity and the Outdoor Learning Store

We invite you to join us for this introductory Nêhiyawêwin (Plains Cree language) course. This course is open to everyone  - both Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants who wish to learn and uplift language revitalization. The geographic regions this course would be most applicable to are Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and Montana. We know that Indigenous knowledge and perspectives are foundational to outdoor learning and learning from the Land, and learning the language of the local Land is a critical part of deepening knowledge and understanding.


April Newsletter

Making the Shift

Our April edition of Making the Shift is out now! Follow as we highlight exciting news, upcoming events and more resources to support environmental education and incorporating Indigenous perspectives.

In this fascinating discussion Claire Underwood shares the findings from the Community of Practice guided by the Natural Curiosity text. Claire also shares stories from educators who have implemented the empathy model.

Contact Us

45 Walmer Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2X2, Canada

(416) 934-4517

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