Teacher Workshops

​Explore local sustainability topics in your class AND BEYOND! 

Metro Vancouver K-12 Teacher Professional Development Workshop’s explore strategies and tools to inspire learning about water, waste, air quality, wastewater, ecological health and more.

  • engaging, fun and action-packed
  • available by request (at no cost for 15 or more K-12 teachers)
  • designed and delivered by experienced K-12 teacher facilitators
  • practical - providing K-12 Teaching tools, guides, lessons, maps, videos and links


Shift Happens - Exploring sustainability in the classroom and beyond!

(Elementary, Secondary)

This fun and interactive workshop explores unique strategies to make learning about sustainability real, relevant and action-oriented. Discover personal and local connections to water, wastewater, garbage, air quality, climate change, regional growth and ecological health. Delve into a variety of place-based resources to promote social and environmental awareness and actions (shift) in your school.

Get Outdoors! Exploring strategies for using the outdoor classroom effectively

(Elementary, Secondary)

You don't need to be an expert naturalist to use the outdoor classroom effectively! In this session teachers will explore experiential strategies and practical K-12 teaching tools, including the Get Outdoors Teacher Resource Guide, to enrich cross curricular and experiential student learning. This workshop is co-delivered by Metro Vancouver and WildBC.

Project Wet & Source to Sea

(Elementary, Secondary) ​

This unique offering of Project WET incorporates the story of water and wastewater in Metro Vancouver. Delivered with WildBC, Project WET is a water science and conservation education program. Project WET promotes the awareness, appreciation, knowledge and stewardship of water resources through the dissemination of practical classroom ready lessons.

Book a Workshop

To request or book a teacher workshop use any of the following options:



  Teacher Workshop Request Form


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