Recognize a deserving educator

Do you know an educator in the Columbia Basin who encourages environmental stewardship and sustainability?

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2019 Environmental Education Awards of Excellence graphic.

Announcement of 2019 Environmental Education Awards of Excellence — Photo courtesy CBEEN

Do you know an educator in the Columbia Basin who encourages environmental stewardship and sustainability? The Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) has opened nominations for the 2019 Environmental Education Awards of Excellence.

This year, award categories include Indigenous Educator, Climate Change Educator, Community Educator, Early Childhood Educator, Primary Teacher (K-3), Intermediate Teacher (4-7), Secondary Teacher (8-12) and Post-secondary Educator. Nominations are open online until May 31, and nominees must reside within the Canadian Columbia Basin region.

CBEEN’s Executive Director, Duncan Whittick, shares that “These awards allow us to showcase some of the most impactful and innovative educators in the province. In a culture where environmental education and place-based learning is being recognized as fundamental to supporting engaged and informed citizens, these awards help to shine a light on exemplars in education across a diversity of classrooms and communities.”

Award recipients will be presented with their awards at the Inquiring Voices Environmental Education Gathering on September 20-22 at Whatshan Lake Retreat, near Nakusp.

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