Staff at TRCA’s field centres will help guide you through all aspects of the Environmental Leaders of Tomorrow program and will provide the information and support you’ll need to enjoy successful experience with your students.
We have created a variety of resources to guide and support both teachers and students taking part in the Environmental Leaders of Tomorrow program.
Once your class has returned from the field centre visit, the next step is to begin organizing an action project.
You can use one of our ready-made project plans (below), connect with a local citizen science organization, or encourage your students to come up with an idea of their own!
Looking for a great way to continue the learning back at school in addition to completing your action project? Try one of the following extension activities with your class.
In addition to taking advantage of the resources made available by Environmental Leaders of Tomorrow, you may find inspiration for lesson plans and extension activities by investigating what other environmental and educational organizations have to offer.
We’ve listed some examples below to help you get started. Looking for something in particular? Contact us!
|Download a copy of the David Suzuki Foundation‘s Connecting Youth With Nature teaching guide HERE.|
|Planning an Earth Day program or event? Find information, opportunities and resources HERE.|
|Ecosource and York University offer a unique sustainability education for teachers program, covering topics such as food systems, waste and stewardship. LEARN MORE.|
|EcoSpark‘s Nature Academy is now accepting registrations for upcoming workshops. LEARN MORE.|
|Check out Evergreen‘s Greening School Grounds program and gain access to lesson plans and other free online resources. LEARN MORE.|
|Green Teacher Magazine publishes a handy listing of upcoming webinars. LEARN MORE.|
|Learning for a Sustainable Future, in collaboration with Natural Curiosity, offers a variety of professional development institutes. LEARN MORE.|