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We are proud to expand our programming to include a new format for engaging students and teachers - our unique Youth Education Summits. These learning experiences provide an unprecedented opportunity for Alberta students to learn with their teachers and then act on their learning to make a meaningful contribution to natural resources and environmental education in their schools and communities.
Visit www.navig8.ca to learn more about Navigate 2014: A Water Literacy Youth Summit in March 2014.
Generate 2013: An Energy Literacy Youth Summit, held March 14-17, 2013, brought together 84 high school students and 42 teachers from around the province and northeastern BC to explore Alberta's energy story together in the the beautiful Canadian Rockies.
We generated ideas and discussion on the most pressing issues related to energy use, development and conservation. The 21 energy literacy teams returned to their schools and communities and implemented projects to share their knowledge through energy literacy projects.
Check out this short video from Generate 2013, highlighting the Summit, its partners and participants.
On March 12-13, 2012 we hosted Edmonton high school students and teachers and gave them the opportunity to explore their local energy landscape and gain the knowledge and tools needed to make a positive impact on energy education in our city.
Based on the success of Generate 2011, we hosted Navigate 2012: A WaterLiteracy Youth Summit March 15-18, 2012. This three-day summit provided a unique opportunity for teams of Alberta high school students and their teachers to investigate the science, technology, environment, issues and careers related to water in Alberta and then apply their learning when they return home with water education projects.