What is GreenLearning?
GreenLearning Canada is a solar oven challenge, a carbon calculator, and a unique field school. It is eLearning activities and hands-on construction plans. It is curriculum-aligned web-based resources for students, grades 4 and up, and professional development workshops for Canada's innovative teachers.
Help your students participate in their own learning while gaining a more holistic and hopeful understanding of today's complex energy and environmental issues. Register with GreenLearning today!
Featured GreenLearning Activity of the Month
COOL 2.0 — for the best in climate change education!
COOL 2.0 is now live! Visit cool.greenlearning.ca for a powerful new online community for teaching and learning about climate change. COOL 2.0 gives you access to hundreds of teaching resources on energy and sustainability. You'll find lesson plans, research, and videos posted by teachers and our many partner ENGOs — among them, UNICEF Canada, Sustainability Frontiers, Biosphere, Wild BC, and Earth Day Canada. COOL 2.0 also provides you with a robust web 2.0 platform for customizing resources, creating assignments, and connecting with colleagues.
More GreenLearning Programs
In this engaging eLearning activity for Grades 7 to 12, students use the eCards website to research an energy-related topic, create eCards with their own message and artwork, and send their eCards to a family member, local decision-maker, or the Premier. Learn more.
This expansive resource on energy conservation and efficiency meets learning outcomes for Grades 4 to 7. The student website and 11 lesson plans give you a range of ways to approach energy in the classroom. Learn more.
Science comes alive at re-energy.ca as students use construction plans to build working models of solar ovens, wind turbines, biogas generators, and more. Teachers are supported with lesson plans, curriculum connections, and an annual Solar Oven Challenge. Learn more.
This fun science resource includes 25 online and downloadable activities on basics and safety, currents, electromagnetism, circuits, and electricity use. Designed initially for Alberta Science 5, Electricity All Around Us has science applications in other provinces as well. Learn more.
This interactive online science resource on Alberta's ecosystems covers the province's Grade 7 Science curriculum (Unit A: Interactions and Ecosystems). With 20 activities, Real World Ecosystems teaches key environmental concepts with examples from Alberta. Learn more.
Through more than twenty activities, this online resource explores energy dynamics, energy in living systems, producing and delivering energy, and energy use. Designed initially to cover Alberta's Grade 11 Science curriculum, Real World Energy has many applications for other provinces as well. Learn more.
This high school social studies unit makes connections between how we live, the global economy and the natural world. Designed initially to engage students in Alberta Social Studies 10/20 (Quality of Life, Alternative Futures), these 20 innovative activities have many applications for other provinces. Learn more.