Tag Archives: environment

Classroom Activities: What is My Carbon Footprint?

Current consumption of fossil fuel releases more than 25 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere every year. If current trends continue, there will be a tripling of atmospheric CO2 by the end of the century—levels not seen for more than 40 million years. By measuring our carbon footprint, we can learn how we are […]

Ontario Association for Geographic and Environmental Education Conference 2012

[ October 19, 2012 to October 20, 2012. ]  
Kingston Ontario – Queen’s University

Revised curriculum for Geography in Ontario
Grade 7 & 8 programs
GIS Technologies
Blended Learning
Physical Geography
Geo-Literacy
Geo-Numeracy
Assessment & evaluation
Skills for post-secondary
D.I. in the geography classroom
Essentials of Geography (reaching out to ALL levels of students)
Field trips
Sustainability

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Council of Outdoor Educators of Ontario Conference 2012

[ September 21, 2012 to September 23, 2012. ]

Your 2012 COEO Conference Planning Team has been hard at work and plans are now set for this year’s special 40th Anniversary conference. Our theme, “Honouring Roots…Standing Tall…Branching Out!” reflects our commitment to create a unique conference framework within which many of COEO’s original “elders” and long-time “sustainers” will be personally invited to return to […]