Classrooms to Communities: Using your local watershed as a teaching resource at Blackie Spit in Crescent Beach

Join EEPSA (the Environmental Educators' PSA) and the City of Surrey's Department of Environment and Salmon Habitat Restoration Program (SHaRP) to explore how you can use your local watershed as a teaching space. We'll spend the day outside at Blackie Spit in Crescent Beach digging into what makes good place-based education, and experiencing hands-on learning opportunities led by a range of Surrey teachers and community educators.  This workshop is geared toward all teachers in all grades and disciplines, and will nurture an expanding community of place-based educators in the Surrey School District. A locally-sourced lunch will be provided.

Target Audience

K-12

To Bring/Important Notes

Please dress to be outside all day.

Sessions

10:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Blackie Spit

This session is full.


This workshops is held offsite at Blackie Spit - 12211 Wickson Road - Surrey, BC - - Canada

Presenter

  • Selina Metcalfe

    Selina Metcalfe is a Humanities teacher at Fleetwood Park Secondary, and the President of EEPSA.  She has been delivering professional development in Place-Based Learning and Outdoor Education for the last 15 years to teachers from across the province.