3 credit course ; $350 AB Student 2019/2020
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Join us for an opportunity to change your perspectives and think critically about stewardship while mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking and hands-on learning alongside those who are working to protect and care for our natural spaces.
General Bow Valley Active Stewardship Course Information
- Bow Valley Active Stewardship is a course comprised of the following CTS Modules: ENS 1010, ENS 1020, ENS 1910 Project A and is offered by Canadian Rockies Public Schools
- Bow Valley Active Stewardship is open to students in Grade 10-12.
- This is a 3-credit course with approximately 75 hours of instruction.
- Bow Valley Active Stewardship can accommodate up to 18 students.
- No prerequisite courses are necessary, however, this course involves full days of activity in an outdoor environment so a basic level of physical fitness is recommended.
- Students are expected to provide their own outdoor clothing and footwear suitable for the activity. A gear list will be provided.
General Bow Valley Active Stewardship Learning Outcomes
The objectives of this course are to build water navigation, aquatic ecosystem knowledge and leadership skills in a context of critical thinking. It also highlights best practice methods for inquiry research, problem solving, and analysis.
It is our intention that through this course students will:
- Display a level of familiarity with techniques and technology that allows them to engage as an environmental steward
- Develop familiarity with local, national, and international stewardship organizations
- Develop informed decision making skills and build leadership capacity
- Access and apply online resources related to environmental stewardship
The aforementioned skills will be delivered in the context of the following:
- Foster and appreciation for parks and protected lands
- Appreciate the global nature of environmental issues
- Demonstrate appropriate use of multiple technologies
Please see the following document for course outcomes