We’re pleased to present Climate Change in Atlantic Canada. This impressive multi-media project showcases short documentary videos (produced with Dr. Ian Mauro) and lesson plans that can be used in middle and high school classrooms. Students will learn about climate change from experts and locals with decades of first-hand experience, such as beekeepers, farmers, snowplow drivers, fishers, gardeners, and First Nations elders.
There are eight videos in the Climate Change in Atlantic Canada series. The lesson plans are designed to foster environmental awareness and scientific literacy among students. Learn more about the project here: http://www.fundy-biosphere.ca/en/projects-and-initiatives/education.html.
How to Access the Climate Change in Atlantic Canada Education Materials
Note: Resources are free and suited to New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador middle and high school curricula.
- Visit climatechangeatlantic.com.
- Click on the "Education" tab at the top of the web page.
- Enter the following password: climateeducation.
- Click on the "Login" button. (Do not press Enter on your keyboard).
Schools can request a free presentation and training session for their teachers by Fundy Biosphere staff on how to use the education materials in their classrooms. Simply contact FBR Executive Director Megan de Graaf by email at firstname.lastname@example.org