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Teacher.org Environmental Lesson Plans

teacher.org

This day and age, it seems as though more and more children are disconnected from nature. However, our future leaders need to be equipped for tomorrow's challenges. As teachers, it is important that we prepare our children for the future...

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Going Green Begins in the Classroom

To Become a Teacher

As any educator knows, a classroom is a powerful resource. In a strong class setting, students learn howto recognize, address and adopt the kinds of change that can positively affect their lives, communitiesand the rest of the world. As a...

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Energy Glossary

Energy Glossary

Canadian Geographic Education

Use this handy primer to gain an understanding of key terminology found in discussions about energy-related issues.

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Energy Map

Energy Map

Canadian Geographic Education

This map illustrates the nation’s significant energy-production sites, the major pipe and transmission lines and the country’s energy processing facilities. Combined, an energy road map emerges that shows just where...

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Energy Mix Library

Energy Mix Library

Canadian Geographic Education

The Energy Mix Library is an invaluable education resource for information on Canada’s energy Demand, Production and Transmission, with insightful articles, videos and information from the most reliable sources. Discover the...

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Test Your Energy IQ

Test Your Energy IQ

Canadian Geographic Education

The Energy IQ interactive quizzes will test your knowledge of energy demand, production and transportation in Canada. Gauge your understanding of the issues, share your results and challenge your friends through social media. Use the...

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Project Wet

Project Wet

Canadian Water Resource Association

“Project WET is an international, interdisciplinary, water education program for formal and non-formal educators of kindergarten to grade 12 and beyond, intended to supplement a school’s existing curriculum.”...

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