Teacher Workshops

​Explore local sustainability priorities in your class AND BEYOND 

Metro Vancouver K-12 Teacher Professional Development Workshops explore strategies and tools to inspire learning about water, waste, air quality, wastewater, ecological health and more. Our workshops are:

  • 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 Metro Vancouver K-12 Resources to promote awareness and action for sustainability (shift) in your school!

Get Outdoors! Exploring strategies for using the outdoor classroom effectively

(Elementary, Secondary)

Explore a range of engaging and experiential strategies to support teaching and learning use the outdoor classroom effectively! 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.

Please e-mail teacher@metrovancouver.org to explore how these teacher workshops can be adapted for online delivery.

Book a Workshop

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



  Teacher Workshop Request Form


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