Webinar with Caleb Wesley
Sending Out Roots: Connecting Indigenous Stories of Place to the Curriculum
Natural Curiosity was excited to welcome Caleb Wesley in our webinar Sending Out Roots: Connecting Indigenous Stories of Place to the Curriculum. Caleb's work focuses on creating Indigenized STEAM learning experiences in partnership with educators and making space for Indigenous knowledges, languages, stories and traditional skills in the Ontario curriculum. If you missed this live event you can still register to watch the recording!
Natural Curiosity National E-Course
Integrating Inquiry and Indigenous Perspectives in Environmental & Sustainability Education (ESE)
In collaboration with EECOM and the Environmental & Sustainability in Teacher Education (ESE-TE) National Network, Natural Curiosity is excited to launch a new online professional learning opportunity exclusively for preservice and first-year educators (teachers and early childhood educators).
The Natural Curiosity National E-Course registration is now open!
Our August edition of Making the Shift is filled with upcoming events and professional learning opportunities as we head into the new school year! You can read about the incredible work that Suzuki award co-winners, Megan Pham-Quan and Ian Pinnell are doing with their learners. This newsletter also features past webinar recordings and resources to support your practice of integrating sustainability and Indigenous perspectives in an authentic and meaningful way.
Check out the newsletter today for these upcoming events and educator resources!
Doug Anderson and Julie Comay (authors of NC2!) had a lovely conversation on Earthy Chats hosted by our friends at Green Teacher Magazine, The Outdoor Learning Store, CBEENetwork, and Stoked on Science about exploring environmental inquiry with an Indigenous perspective.