Advanced Teacher Training

Join Ecosource and York University for our FREE professional development opportunity for educators

Thanks to the support from TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, Ecosource and York University are partnering to bring you a newly updated teacher certification program! The Approaches to Educating for a Sustainable and Just Future modules provide the tools to empower educators to integrate sustainability education, environmental justice, and climate action into their school communities.

How It Works:

The program is made up of a series of live, interactive online learning sessions and is led by Ecosource educators and York University teaching partners. Participants will receive a certificate of recognition upon the completion of 3 or more of the 6 offerings below:

FEB 23, 2022: Centering Indigenous Perspectives in the Classroom Part 1

MAR 24, 2022: Food Systems and Gardening for the Curriculum Part 1

APR 5, 2022: Food Systems and Gardening for the Curriculum Part 2

APR 20, 2022: Learning with Nearby Nature: Equity in the Outdoors

MAY 4, 2022: Environmental Justice and Impactful Youth Action

MAY 18, 2022: Centering Indigenous Perspectives in the Classroom Part 2

To learn more about the program, please email teachered@ecosource.ca with any questions you may have. 

Please note that the Advanced Teacher Training offerings are intended for teachers. If you are not an in-service or pre-service teacher, please contact us at teachered@ecosource.ca confirm that this program is right for you. 

We thank TD Friends of the Environment Foundation for funding these educational opportunities for teachers in Ontario. Thank you to York University, our strategic partner, for collaboratively delivering this program.

In the Region of Peel, we live and work on the traditional territory and treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We would like to acknowledge the first inhabitants of these lands and those who continue to live in these regions, including the Anishinabek, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, Ojibway/Chippewa and Métis peoples.

We occupy colonized First Nation territories and it is our responsibility to recognize our colonial histories, their present-day implications, and to work together to honour, protect and sustain Indigenous rights, and this land.

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