David Suzuki Fellowship Award for Excellence in Pre-Service Environmental Education (2019/20)
Natural Curiosity and the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study are delighted to announce that the Suzuki Fellowship Award for Excellence in Pre-Service Environmental Education is now open for educator candidates in Ontario.
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Thank you for participating in the Dr. David Suzuki Fellowship Award for Excellence in Pre-service Environmental Education. By sharing your story and ambitions for your teaching practice, you contribute to an aspirational community of educators who are growing a reciprocal teaching practice with children and Mother Earth.

We recognize and honour that many educator candidates are at different points in their journey. Your written response should focus on describing how your experience and reflections fulfill the success criteria outlined below.

We recommend that you draft and save your response in Google Docs or Microsoft Word, before inserting your final application into this form.
Suzuki Fellowship Award Success Criteria (2019/2020)
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In 750 words, please describe how your experiences in environmental education would make you a promising candidate for the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study Laboratory School Dr. Suzuki Fellowship. Consider the following guiding questions: What experiences related to environmental education have led to your interest in applying for this fellowship award? How do you feel children should learn about the environment? Please provide examples from practicum, or other informal teaching experiences, where you have fostered environmental learning? How do these examples demonstrate your commitment to incorporating environmental inquiry into your own teaching practice in the future? How have you begun to include consideration of the Indigenous lens, laid out in the Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition?
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