Who Should Attend?
- K-12 Educators and Early Childhood Educators who wish to infuse environmental inquiry and Indigenous perspectives into their practice.
- School administrators and coordinators who wish to support educators with including Indigenous perspectives and environmental inquiry in their schools.
- First Nations, Métis, Inuit Coordinators and Indigenous Leads of School Boards who wish to explore how environmental education, inquiry-based learning, and Indigenous perspectives on education inform, support, and build on one another.
- Environmental Education/Indigenous Education Organizations wishing to learn about the environmental inquiry framework and Indigenous perspectives, and how these perspectives can inform their organizational practice.
What does Natural Curiosity’s workshop look like?
- Natural Curiosity’s workshops are designed to support educators with incorporating the environmental inquiry process into their practice.
- 1-Day workshops will introduce Natural Curiosity’s four-branch environmental inquiry framework and related Indigenous lenses through collaborative methods.
- 2-Day workshops will further explore strategies, methods, and examples of environmental inquiry and Indigenous perspectives, in a way that respects both co-existing cultural perspectives.
- Our workshops are intentionally designed to meet the interests and learning needs of the group of educators we are working with. Please contact us for a more detailed description for our workshops.
How does Natural Curiosity support Truth and Reconciliation?
- Both 1-day and 2-day Natural Curiosity workshops are designed to create professional learning experiences for educators to think more deeply about how we relate to the natural world and to one another. Educators will be challenged and empowered to think about how land-based learning can support educators and students with their journey towards Truth and Reconciliation.