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Ecoliteracy through Active Citizenship
Tuesday April 29th 2014 7:30-8:30pm EST
Engaging students in action-based activities that influence positive change for the environment can deepen their understanding of nature, make learning meaningful, empower students, and foster leadership skills. Learn how to integrate active citizenship in your educational programs as we explore approaches, techniques and inspiring examples.
Pam Miller supports K-12 teachers implement ecological literacy into their classroom instruction in her role as the Toronto District School Board’s EcoSchools’ Instructional Leader. Her work includes fostering best practices, developing resources, and building collaborative learning networks among teachers and staff to deepen teachers’ skills and knowledge in and approaches to Environmental Education. She has taught in the TDSB for 22 years both in the classroom and in TDSB Outdoor Education Schools and holds degrees in education (B.Ed, York University) and science (Honours B.Sc, University of Guelph).