Mar. 15th, 2012
Learning for a Sustainable Future is a not-for-profit Canadian organization with a mission “to promote,
through education, the knowledge, skills, perspectives and practices essential to a sustainable future.” Its
“Resources for Rethinking” online database is a free directory of teacher-reviewed, curriculum-matched
classroom resources to promote the development of an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable society. “Resources for Rethinking” can now connect teachers at no charge to quality resources, each one having met rigorous evaluation criteria and offering excellence in both sustainability education and pedagogical principles. “Resources for Rethinking” allows users to search its inventory by sustainability issue, subject, grade or province/territory, in both English and French. Each resource has been reviewed by an experienced classroom teacher. Visit www.resources4rethinking.ca and discover tools for active, relevant, and interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Get involved in the project by sending in your favourite resources for the Resources for Rethinking team to review.
View the CTM March April 2012 News bulletin.
- Jack Layton Award Presentation
- Exceptional Teacher Across Canada Honoured by Grand & Toy
- 2012 Reponsible Citizenship Roundtables
- Annual ESD Symposium 2012
- Online Interactive Presentation by David Bell – Oct 5 12-1pm – The Challenges of Sustainability and the Role of ESD (Education for Sustainable Development)