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Friday, February 10 • 13:15 - 14:15
CTF in Environmental Stewardship through Non-Profit Partnership

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Learn from a Career & Technology Foundations teacher and members of CAWST (the Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology) how to teach the Environmental Stewardship stream using a free online action-based program. Using this program in the classroom provides students with opportunities to gain knowledge and become active partners in their learning by deepening their understanding of water issues facing their own communities as well as issues facing communities in developing countries. Project based learning is supported at its fundamentals, as students increase their own capacity, then engage in the process of grant writing and (if successful) receive funds to carry out their own action projects in the community.

Speakers
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Johanna Dalton

High School Social Studies and Learning Support Teacher, Grande Cache Community High School
Johanna is a teacher at Grande Cache Community High School. She has been teaching in the district for three years with a focus on Social Studies, Sustainability and Learning Support. Johanna has a previous degree in International Development and has spent time working in Ghana.
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Stephanie Southgate

Wavemaker Program Manager, Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST)
Stephanie has a Post Graduate Certificate of Education from the UK and a BA in International Development with experience in India (investigating the role of female education as a tool of empowerment). Her career started as a classroom teacher and evolved into a recreation leader (at the City of Calgary AfterSchool program), a school program interpreter and camp leader at the Calgary Zoo, and a waste and recycling educator with the City of... Read More →


  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 70
  • Chairperson Michelle Savoie - Pembina Hills #22
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

Attendees (22)