Workshop Details
Workshop ID 894
Title Place-based learning along the Fraser River
Year 2020/2021
Subject Area Cross Curricular (Teacher);Indigenous (previously Aboriginal) Education
Audience Group Teachers
Open to external participants? No
Description
Environmental education is one of the pillars of the Fraser River Discovery Centre. Join our educators to learn more about the programs available at the centre and on-line. We'll share strategies for place-based learning that can be applied in your classroom, school grounds, or local parks.

Danika Didur-Tate is the Education Programs Manager at the Fraser River Discovery Centre. She is a dedicated environmental educator with two bachelors degrees and a masters degree in the field, and nearly a decade of professional experience.

Karen Lee is a secondary school teacher and a passionate educator in formal and informal settings who has worked helped to support the professional practice of teachers throughout B.C.
Contact Information Danika Didur-Tate and Karen Lee
Note The Teams meeting invitation will be sent to registrants on Feb 11th, 2021
Registration Deadline
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Fee Required No

 

Workshop Number: Outdoor-2021Feb12-Lee
Place-based learning along the Fraser River

Date: Friday, February 12, 2021
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: Online(MS TEAMS)
Max Enroll/Seats Left: 300/211
EOC Provided: No