Making The Shift is a monthly newsletter to share stories, resources, and ideas around environmental education through inquiry-based learning. Let's collaborate!
  

Welcome to our Special Edition Newsletter!


Our new website is an online forum for educators, supporters, and Environmental Inquiry enthusiasts to learn, be inspired, and get connected to one another, and to valuable resources that can be used in a variety of contexts.
We invite you to take time to navigate through this useful new tool!
 

About Us

Whether you are new to the world of Environmental Inquiry, want to get to know our Current Partners, or learn about the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study Laboratory School, check out the foundational pieces of what makes us who we are.
 

In Practice

Theory meets practice in classrooms across Canada, and the Teacher Stories out of Natural Curiosity are diverse in context and content. Keep up-to-date with News about important issues in education and Upcoming Initiatives being developed by the NC team and partners.

 

Partner With Us

We could not exist without important and valuable partnerships. By investing in our future generation, we have the unique opportunity to plant the seeds that will transform the landscape of education in Ontario and beyond. Partner with us today!

 

Professional Development

Are you a part of a School/School Board, or Faculty of Education interested in offering Professional Development to it's teachers and students? Our interactive, hands-on, inquiry-based workshops are designed to support and encourage teacher-leadership. Contact us today if you are interested in bringing in Natural Curiosity!

 

Awards

 

Don't forget to apply for the 2014 awards to celebrate and recognize both pre-service and in-service teachers for their excellence in inspiring environmental education. Share this link to spread the word!
 
 
 
 

A Network of Resources

Follow us on Pinterest to have access to resources that are informational and practical for teachers and students alike. Connect with other educators and organizations who have vast networks of diverse educational resources.

Don't forget to connect with us on Social Media. Keep up-to-date on important information through our Twitter and Facebook, and get a picture inside the classroom through our Instagram and Vimeo.

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