All's Not Fair With Worldwide Energy Consumption

Home Based Learning

Home Based Learning

May 7, 2020
The Wildsight Education team dove into action when the CoVid pandemic hit.  Our incredible team of passionate educators developed special Beyond Recycling resources to…Read More 
During the 2019-20 school year, I had the pleasure of working with a curious and passionate group of twenty-six grade ⅘ students at Kootenay…Read More 
Students learned how to debate while defending different forms of energy production.Read More 
They all have a product Lifecycle! The students at Rossland Summit School discovered that some of their everyday "stuff" has a unique and sometimes complex…Read More 
Anne Bock's class from Jaffray Elementary/ Jr. Secondary School had the chance to make something new from recycling bin materials just before spring break…Read More 
In December, Mrs. Halldorson's grade 4/5 Kootenay Orchards classroom transformed into a paper making factory. Prior to this Beyond Recycling Paper Making project, students learned about the lifecycle of our stuff, how it is extracted and produced, manufactured and distributed. We embraced all of theRead More 
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