Gr. 3-6 | Energy Expo
Inside Education wants to help you bring excitement about energy and climate education to your school! Our experienced team of educators are ready to energize your students with hands-on exploration of key energy topics hosted right in your school.
- A full program includes 4-8 stations of your choice and takes approximately 1 hour to complete.
- We can accommodate up to 60 students at a time and multiple groups can work through the stations throughout the day.
- We are flexible on the format and will work within your space and bell schedule.
- Varies depending on stations
Gr. 5 | Electricity and Energy
From wind turbines to coal-fired power plants our electricity landscape is shaped by natural resources. Examine electricity from a Canadian perspective and learn how electricity is made, moved and connected to how we live, work and play.
Themes: electricity from natural resources, electricity generation, transmission, electrical safety, climate change, electricity use and energy conservation, efficiency and stewardship
- Grade 5 Science – Electricity and Magnetism
Stewardship: Energy, Climate and You Education Kit
Gr. 6 | Alberta’s Forests
Investigate the multiple perspectives that shape a working forest without leaving your classroom. This inquiry-based program will discuss the social, economic and environmental values of Alberta’s forests, alongside key issues and innovations that are changing our forest landscape.
Themes: forest ecosystems, careers, climate change, sustainable forest management, forestry tools, forest products, multiple land use, traditional knowledge and stewardship
- Grade 6 Science – Trees & Forests
Gr. 5 | Clean Air Responsible Schools (C.A.R.S)
A school-based citizen science action project!
Connecting to Inside Education’s Climate Change Education Initiatives and the Alberta Program of Studies, the C.A.R.S. program aims to develop understanding about air quality, emissions, and climate change. With an emphasis on personal action and citizen science, this class-based project will engage students in a local stewardship action while contributing meaningful data to a nation-wide citizen science campaign!