"CPAWS is Canada’s voice for wilderness. Its 13 chapters nationwide are working to protect Canada’s public lands and waters. The Southern Alberta Chapter is the leading chapter in environmental education, delivering multi-visit in-class environmental education and outdoor interpretive hiking programs for 20 years. 

Jaclyn Angotti is the Education Director for CPAWS Southern Alberta. She has been engaging students in environmental education since graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2010 from the University of Alberta. Jaclyn is passionate about inspiring people of all ages to become environmental stewards."

Literacy expert Blanche Lamont has offered literacy workshops to thousands of teachers locally, provincially, and at international conferences. She addresses literacy instruction in a manner easily accessible to beginning and experienced teachers alike. She is the author of Mentoring Young Writers.

Theresa McIsaac, MSc, RD, has over 10 years of experience working in public health and is a registered dietitian. As a Health Promotion Coordinator, Theresa supports school jurisdictions to use a Comprehensive School Health (CSH) approach for building healthy school communities, promoting healthy eating, active living, and positive mental health.


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Join the Environmental Education Team from the Kananaskis Region as we spend half the day exploring an inquiry approach to incorporating Climate Change Literacy into your teaching. Utilizing Fish Creek Provincial Park's authentic learning landscape, participants will be engaged in a variety of cross-curricular activities, games and stories that will provoke, build knowledge and support active citizenship and stewardship in you and the students you work with. Come prepared to be outside!

Take Anderson Road West to 37th Street S.W. Head south on 37th Street S.W. to 130th Avenue S.W.  (Second set of lights on 37th Street S.W.). Turn left onto 130th Avenue S.W. and then take your  first right onto Woodpath Road S.W. Drive straight ahead into the Park and continue to the bottom of the hill. The Environmental Learning Centre is on the right hand side (watch for signs).

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Make a splash while learning teaching techniques and activities for #ABWater at the Project Wet workshop @AB_EP @bowhabitat #CCTCA2018

Directions - http://www.bowhabitat.alberta.ca/visit/hours-admission-location.aspx

By bike:
Follow the regional pathway along the river and follow the signs on the pathway towards the Discovery Centre. 

By car: 
Accessible from downtown via 9 Avenue SE, or from Deerfoot Trail via the exit for Blackfoot Trail heading east towards downtown. Heading north on 19 Avenue SE, continue north at the roundabout into Pearce Estate Park. 

By transit: 
Via bus #1 or #411. From the bus stop, walk 5-10 minutes north on 17A Street, crossing Blackfoot Trail where the road name changes to 19 Street.

Message from Roland Kirzinger - Workshop Facilitator

Hello Teachers and Workshop Participants,

We are looking forward to our “Project Wet” workshop session as part of the annual Calgary Teacher’s Convention on Thursday, February 15th taking place at the Bow Habitat Station.
This is a note with a little extra information for you regarding the day and location. 
Unfortunately, we are unable to supply refreshments at the workshop so please bring your own coffee and snacks. There is a little coffee shop on-site, but it will only open at 10 a.m. 
We will take 60 minutes for lunch and there are places one can drive to in Inglewood or on 17th Avenue SE or you are welcome to bring your own lunch as well. 
We will be outside for some of the workshop so please dress accordingly. 
Please also bring a favourite pen/pencil to use as well.

Roland Kirzinger 
Workshop Facilitator

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