10 top Canadian teachers meet to talk about energy literacy

  • Aug 12, 2014
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While the kids are off enjoying summer, there was no rest for 10 of Canada’s best teachers.

In mid-July, these top educators attended the second annual Classroom Energy Diet Challenge summer institute, a three-day workshop that took place in Ottawa. The teachers met a panel of energy experts, discussed energy literacy and provided feedback on last year’s Challenge. To learn more, read Thomas Hall’s story on the CEDC blog.

And don’t forget to register your school for this year’s Challenge!


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