Natural Curiosity provides transformative professional learning at the intersection of Indigenous perspectives and environmental inquiry in classroom education and beyond, across Turtle Island. Check out our offerings below!
Our webinar series are designed with a focus on connection, wellbeing, and reciprocal relationships to support the journey of having learning on the land an essential part of environmental and all education.
Virtual Introductory Workshops
We partner with schools and school boards to facilitate workshops that focus on inquiry-based environmental learning and Indigenous perspectives. These experiences are collaborative and experiential in nature, and focus on the four-branch framework outlined in Natural Curiosity.
Online Group Coaching Sessions
This online professional learning space is for educators who are seeking to deepen their NC teaching practice in a safe and collegial environment.
5-Part Video Series
We created this 5 part video series to introduce you to the pedagogy of Natural Curiosity and the 4 Branches. Complete the series in your own time, with additional resources and receive a certificate of completion.
Organizations, Faculties, and Researchers
We collaborate with faculties, organizations, and researchers to facilitate workshops that focus on inquiry-based environmental learning and Indigenous perspectives. For more information, check out our Collaborations page!
Bringing Natural Curiosity to your school board
Is your school board looking for enriching professional learning opportunities?
The Natural Curiosity team was honoured to directly support more than 4,170 educators in their professional learning last year. We continue to take workshop requests from school boards across Turtle Island, working with Indigenous Education and/or Environmental Education Leads to co-design and co-facilitate sessions whenever possible. Join us this year!
Did you know Natural Curiosity is dedicated to offering discounted programming for Indigenous educators, and schools and educators that serve Indigenous students? Get in touch for more information!
Articles, videos, interviews and more
Along with our educator resource, Natural Curiosity continuously shares and provides various educational resources for supporting your practice on environmental education, inquiry-based learning and Indigenous perspectives, below.