Professional Learning

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!

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Webinars

Natural Curiosity in the New Normal

This four-part webinar series has been designed to support you in your return to school during extraordinary times, so that you can enrich outdoor time with learning in all areas of curriculum, while building community with your students and safeguarding everyone’s health.

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Workshops 

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.

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Group Coaching

Online Group Coaching Sessions

Natural Curiosity is excited to launch a pilot for small 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.

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Collaborations

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!

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More Resources

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.