Land-Based Opportunities

Land-Based Opportunities

The Werklund School of Education is committed to working alongside and learning from Indigenous Elders, leaders, and communities. These opportunities connect pre-service teachers with the land and help them to embed this work in their teaching.

This Year's Opportunities

Keep checking back for more updates and details throughout the summer.

Prairie and sky

Land-Based Learning

Field Trip Series

There will be a total of four learning experiences for pre-service teachers spread throughout the Fall semester. These learning experiences will focus on how land-based understandings, holistic understandings, and Indigenous pedagogical practices connect. All 4 learning days will also explore language and story connections of the land and work to uncover program of study connections in this place.

Opportunities On Hold

These opportunities for pre-service teachers are currently on hold. We are hopeful that we will be able to offer these trips again soon.

Field Trip to Nose Hill Park

Nose Hill Park

Field Trip

Learn about our local community through this half-day trip

Field Trip to Writing on Stone

Writing on Stone

Field Trip

Connect your teaching to the land on this three-day trip.

Field Trip to Blackfoot Crossing

Blackfoot Crossing

Field Trip

Experience Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park with this full-day opportunity

Land-Based Opportunities

Questions? Connect with us:

Caitlin Kane
Experiential Learning Facilitator