Learning Inside Out

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Connecting the dots

Key Strategies that Transform Learning
From Environmental Education to Citizenship and Sustainability

This summer we’ll be highlighting some of our favourite Learning Inside Out Resources from the past few months. For ease of use, we have organized all of the resources from every edition by grade level where you can easily find activities to meet your needs! 

Keep an eye on our social media where we will be announcing the resources of the week with a special focus on all of our outdoor activities to keep you and your family outside and learning this summer! 

Twitter: @LSF_LST

Facebook: facebook.com/LSF.LST.ca

Instagram: @LSF_LST

We'll be back in the fall to continue to support meaningful sustainability learning, either in or out of school.


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At-Home Education Resources for Parents & Teachers

In these uncertain times, we know the roles of both parents and teachers have changed. In addition to the global challenges we're all experiencing, many are now encountering the challenge of keeping kids engaged and learning at home. Learning has been turned inside out!
To support parents and teachers, LSF is curating this weekly collection of activities drawn from our Resources for Rethinking (R4R) database, so you can be confident they have  been vetted by teachers and connected to Canadian education outcomes, wherever you are.
We'll be alternating themes every week between:
While we want to support learning both inside and out, we're putting a special emphasis on outdoor activities. We always encourage outdoor learning to help kids develop an affinity with the earth, but now is a particularly good time to step outside. Experiencing nature can have a positive affect on mental health for both kids and parents—something we could all use, we're sure! (However, please remember to observe any and all physical distancing practices in place in your area!)
We hope you and your kids will find the activities accessible, interactive, and engaging.
You can sign up to receive these weekly emails direct to your inbox. 
Past editions will be available below. 
If you've tried out the activities and want to offer us some feedback, we'd love to hear from you!
Note: Jun 21 was our last weekly email for the 2019/2020 school year. For the summer, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more learning activities!  

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