When March 11, 2020 at 12:00pm 2 hrs 30 mins
Where Nicholls Family Library 1413 33 St SW, Calgary, AB T3C 1P4, Canada

The Alberta Council for Environmental Education are hosting 

What should Alberta students learn about energy?

What’s this about?

We need to depolarize the energy conversation in Alberta -  and education is our best strategic tool to do this.

This initiative seeks to turn this around. Join ACEE and energy professionals to network, collaborate and discuss the question: ‘What should Alberta K-12 students learn about energy?’ We’ll capture what we hear from you, and create recommendations for Alberta Education, to help them craft new curriculum -  so that your ideas will find their way into Alberta classrooms.

To do this we’ll host a series of workshops in Calgary and Edmonton, bringing together energy and education professionals to discuss what Alberta students should learn about energy - as well as environment, and climate. 

We are inviting energy stakeholders, municipalities, school boards, energy educators and key Alberta Ministries (Energy. Environment. Education) to be a part of the conversation. 

Time: 12:00pm - 2:30pm

Nicholls Family Library,

Program Room

Register here


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For more information visit: https://www.abcee.org/what-should-alberta-students-learn-about-energy

Will you come?