Talk Energy Week
Getting your School Involved
We know that schools can make a huge impact on students and the way they view the world, which is why we want to get schools involved in educating young people about energy and climate science.
This year we are offering FREE energy and climate change programming activities to schools.
Livestream panel discussion
February 20 at 1:30 p.m. ET
Tune into this Facebook Live event with your class and join Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, solo Arctic explorer Adam Shoalts, and Indigenous renewable energy leader Stacey Goulding for an exciting conversation about energy and climate change in Canada’s northern and Indigenous communities.
Class webinars: Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants (Google Hangouts)
Weekdays during Talk Energy Week
Register your classroom to join a Google Hangout with professional women in the fields of energy and climate change! Experts in both renewable and non-renewable energy fields will describe their day-to-day work, and discuss Canadian energy sources and uses with students.
Class Presentations with Actua
Over 25 Actua partners are delivering Talk Energy Week programming throughout the country
We have compiled a variety of lesson plans and infographics on climate change adaptations in Canada for grades 7-8 and 9-10. We will send teachers a full package of curriculum linked materials they can use to lead their classes through fun and engaging activities.
Lesson plans and infographics are available for download here:
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, school, email address, the programs you are interested in as well as the grade and subject and we will be in touch shortly to arrange your free programming.