Unzipping the Jacket: Using Cognitive Tools to Dissolve Feelings of Otherness Between Students and the Natural World

By Alyssa Dixon (MEd in Imaginative Education, Teacher with Surrey School District) When I was little and would run my fingers over the grass or marvel at the song of a bird I never felt separate or other. As I grew and became entrenched in society, walls (figuratively and literally) began to spring up between […]

Working With Place

By Gillian Judson Collaboration. What do you think about when you hear that word? In the context of educators’ professional learning and development, the word “collaboration” will likely bring to your mind a myriad of memories and emotions: perhaps, sitting with colleagues long after students have gone home for the day, or now, in COVID […]

Seeking Feedback: Help Us Improve the Walking Curriculum

Do you use the Walking Curriculum? Do you plan to do so? Whether you are brand new or experienced at using Walking Curriculum activities, we want to hear from you. Please take this 5-minute survey and help us learn more about your experiences learning about and using the Walking Curriculum. Last day to participate: April 11, 2021