NEWS for the Walking Curriculum Community – imaginED


Rejoice Earth Day, April 22, 2022, by taking part in the 30-Working day Going for walks Curriculum Obstacle!  Join educators all over the globe in having understanding outdoors with imagination and inquiry for aspect of the day–rain or snow or shine–for 30 times.

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Sign up for the obstacle these days and help us access our aim of 1111 registrations! 

Observe: imaginED is donating $1 for just about every registration to the Environmental Youth Alliance!

Very last yr imaginED donated $1,000 to the Environmental Youth Alliance (EYA) to assistance their brilliant systems! This calendar year we hope additional learners get outdoors to practical experience creativeness + finding out, so we will donate $1 for each educator who signals up! Our objective is $1,111! (do those people 1’s glance like legs to you as well?)

(EYA supports BIPOC youth to join with mother nature, local community, and capabilities to become environmental stewards and neighborhood leaders. Read much more about EYA, their courses, and how you can get concerned here.)

Walking Ahead: Indigenous Perspective in Discovering from Place

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In this Free workshop Gillian Judson (imaginED) and Heidi Wood (NOIIE)  introduce a new resource for imaginative, Place-centered and Indigenous Instruction. Going for walks Forward: Discovering from Spot interweaves First People’s Rules of Understanding (FPPL), Imaginative Ecological Schooling (IEE), and trainer inquiry. This useful resource applies an Indigenous lens to The Walking Curriculum (TWC), reframing the initially 30 walks in TWC in approaches that join to the 9 FPPL.

Dr. Gillian Judson is an Assistant Professor in the College of Education and learning at Simon Fraser College. She teaches in Educational Management and Curriculum and Instruction programs. Her scholarship seems at imagination’s part in leadership and mastering (K-article-secondary). Heidi Wooden is an Indigenous Training Curriculum Coordinator with the Delta University District #37 and a very long time participant with the Network of Inquiry and Indigenous Education. As an educator with combined To start with Nations and European ancestry, it is her objective to help lecturers with a further being familiar with of Indigenous views in the BC curriculum. She strives to model the 1st Peoples Principles of Mastering in her do the job as she engages in experiential finding out for all.

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