Classrooms to Communities (C2C) 2021 Provincial Conference
Listening to the Land, Giving Voice to the Sea: Stories to Nourish Hope and Resiliency
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Join us in October for C2C 2021 as we explore stories of hope and resiliency connected to the land and sea, from classrooms to communities, at our annual PSA Day conference in partnership with EEPSA and other C2C partners. This year’s conference will be coming to you online on October 22!
For more detailed information, please visit https://c2c-bc.org/conference
The conference will feature an engaging morning plenary and over 60 online sessions, workshops and other opportunities for professional learning, collaboration and dialogue. We hope you will join us!
The Classrooms to Communities (C2C) 2021 Conference aims to support the practice of place-based learning. The conference goals are to:
- Model Place-Based Learning through highly interactive, experiential and replicable practices.
- Share and explore success stories of place-based learning as central to teaching and learning in BC’s K-12 curriculum.
- Inspire, support and enhance the evolving work of pre-K to 12 teachers and partners in BC schools and communities to integrate promising practices of place-based education.
- Build greater capacity and collaboration for a BC wide network of place-based education leaders/mentors, including pre-K to 12 teachers, schools, school districts, organizations, associations of teachers and all other interested partners.
C2C 2021 will convene both school-based and community-based educators, as well as other community members committed to place-based, community-connected learning in a wide range of settings, including:
- Administrators and Policy-makers
- Post-Secondary Instructors/Professors
- Community-based Educators
- Indigenous Educators
- Educators who work with elementary schools
- Educators who work with high schools
- Early Childhood Educators
- Elementary School Teachers
- Secondary School Teachers
- Teacher Candidates
- Teacher Educators