Professional Learning Opportunities
Professional Learning Opportunities match pre-service teachers with experienced educators in the community. These opportunities build on students' coursework and field experiences to prepare them for entry into the teaching profession.
Books to Build On
The Books to Build On: Indigenous Literatures for Learning workshop is intended to equip participants with all necessary tools and information to weave Indigenous ways of knowing through story.
Registration will open soon!
Canadian Wildlife Federation Workshop Series
Join CWF to explore the fundamentals of environmental education. Participate in a series of interactive workshops including Environmental Education 101, Project WILD, and Below Zero.
Teacher as Naturalist Series
Join the Biogeosciences Institute (BGI) team for three exciting opportunities to explore your skill set with the Teacher as Naturalist series.
Arts Co-Curricular Enhancement (ACE)
Pursue five different arts experiences to expand your undergraduate education.
Wildflower Riding ILC Curriculum Design Team
Wildflower Riding Club is creating the Curriculum Design Team which will support the expansion of their programming to include an outdoor learning program on the farm. This is an opportunity to create lesson plans for a non-traditional setting, deliver them, get immediate feedback, and revise in real time.
Interdisciplinary PLC at William Aberhart High School
Design and implement an interdisciplinary project for students in Grade 10-12.
Questions? Connect with us!
Experiential Learning Facilitator