5251 Oak Street Vancouver BC V6M 4H1 CA

Start date: Friday, October 22 2021.


 On Friday, October 22, 2021 from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Resource person: learn@vandusen.org

Location: Via Zoom


How might an awareness of Indigenous perspectives inform your practice over time as you explore lasting connections to the natural world with your students? This webinar will present opportunities for thinking about how you can effectively and sensitively integrate inquiry, experiential learning, and an Indigenous lens into a better normal that “breathes with the world.”

Natural Curiosity offers a powerful way to engage students in learning about their world. As more educators turn to the outdoors amid COVID-19, there are many compelling reasons for integrating environmental inquiry – a process shaped by students’ questions and theories – into your teaching practice. The Indigenous lens in Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition provides a starting point for all educators to consider the importance of Indigenous perspectives in environmental and all learning. 

This course will take place online. Recordings will be available for a limited time to participants. Pre-registration required.

Participants interested in purchasing Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition can write at naturalcuriosity@utoronto.ca to receive a discount code.


Available: Available

Price: $35.00 Taxes not included

Notes: This course will take place online, and recordings will be available for a limited time to participants. Online course log-in details will be sent within 24 hours before the course date.

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