Water Docs @ School Action Projects: FREE Webinars!

Are you a Grade 8 teacher in Ontario? 

Join our FREE Webinar  for all the details about this exciting classroom-ready program on water!  Learn how Water Docs @ School Action Projects (WD@S), a joint project by Ecologos and Learning for a Sustainable Future can help you deliver all of the curriculum requirements for the water unit, and energize your students, helping them become engaged citizens in their community. 

You can participate in the Webinar on either Tuesday, August 28th or Wednesday, September 13th!

Now in its 5th successful year, Water Docs @ School Action Projects receives enthusiastic support from teachers and students alike:

Our experience was wonderful! The students learned a great deal about water, about themselves, and most importantly about making a difference in our community! They were engaged and invested. All of the things we hear about how we are supposed to be teaching is here!!! It’s this program. And the results are amazing!! I learned so much about my students....and also about myself as a teacher. I’m so happy we did this!”  Tracy Gray, Spencer Avenue Public School, Orangeville, ON

Lauded by teachers for instilling a deep caring for the environment, and for developing skills of leadership, team and coalition building, project planning and management, filmmaking and storytelling.  Proven leadership in Inquiry Based Learning and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).

WD@S is a learning and action program for grade 8 classes that delivers all the water-related learning outcomes expressed in the Ontario curriculum. With superb teacher-ready lesson plans, it combines dynamic experiential learning, hands-on class projects to address local watershed issues, and student documentary filmmaking, all in an exceptional Inquiry Based Learning format.

Learn more about the Water Docs @ School Action program in our brochure

Want more details? Have further questions?  Register here for an informational webinar on Tuesday, August 29 or Wednesday, September 13.