LSF regularly hosts Youth Leadership Forums for students across the country. These free events are a full day of workshops on sustainability issues, leadership, and skill development for students, as well as a professional development workshop for educators to help you support your students’ Action Projects. Join us for a day of learning and taking action!
The Our Canada Project Teacher Guide has been developed by LSF to support you in engaging your students in visioning a more sustainable Canada, undertaking an action project to help achieve their vision, and sharing their work with other youth across Canada on the Our Canada Project website. This Guide will help you teach your curriculum expectations through authentic opportunities to inspire students to be agents of change and stewards of sustainability in their local community.
R4R is a free online database which provides access to over 13,000 excellent, peer-reviewed, curriculum-matched resources for educators from over 250 publishers. Educators can search for lesson plans, activities, children’s books, videos, apps, games, and more by language (English/French), jurisdiction, grade, subject, and sustainability theme in order to get the perfect resource.
LSF also provides additional teaching resources for teachers to engage their students in sustainability Action Projects and integrate transformative learning methods into the classroom.
Action Project Recipes provide step-by-step instructions and activity guides for Action Projects around specific topics. A great way to get started!
Explore the Our Canada Project site to see what other students are doing!
Students can apply for up to $400 in funding to support their Action Projects!