Who: Chad Pregracke, CNN’s Hero of the Year 2013 When: April 29th, 2016 Where: Burton Cummings Theatre, 364 Smith Street, Winnipeg, Mb. Time: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. The Manitoba Conservation Districts Association and Take Pride Winnipeg! have organized a unique opportunity exclusively for middle years & high school … Continue Reading OPPORTUNITY: FREE event in Winnipeg “Be The Change-The Power of One”
Starting this fall, the CAWST Wavemakers program will be offering an online course, free for students across Canada! The Virtual Wavemakers Summit is an exciting opportunity for educators and youth to explore local and global water and sanitation issues. The Summit provides educators with an easy-to-follow, action-based curriculum that is … Continue Reading IDEA: Online Curriculum Fosters Global Citizenship & Action for WASH
Current events provide a great opportunity for teaching and learning about the grade 12 Global Issues Areas of Inquiry. These events provide teachers the ability to discuss and reflect on issues as they unfold, and students the ability to connect classroom learning with real-life events, while acquiring a greater understanding … Continue Reading How to Teach Students About Natural Disasters: MCIC Made a Guide!
The Manitoba Environmental Youth Network is a great source of information on teaching and promoting environmental issues. They have an excellent section on Resources which describes how to go about fundraising and applying for grants, and gives great ideas for Take Action projects
Youth Engagement Coordinator, Roberta Gramlich, is happy to come speak to your class about the Canadian Foodgrains Bank and related issues. Feel free to contact her: