Knowledge Mobilization Sessions​

Convening stakeholders to advance sustainability education

Knowledge Mobilization Sessions

LSF hosts Knowledge Mobilizations Session to advance policy, standards, and good practice in support of sustainable development Education. 

In 2020 LSF hosted a series of Knowledge Mobilization Sessions across Canada. The purpose of these sessions was to: share the findings from Canada, Climate Change and Education: Opportunities for Public and Formal Education – a National survey of over 3,196 Canadians; share the regional report; discuss emerging trends and opportunities for climate change education in the region; and develop strategies to strengthen climate change education in the region.

Regional Knowledge Mobilization Sessions

January 30, 2020

On Thursday, January 30, 2020 over 45 stakeholders drawn from across the Atlantic representing the education, government, academia, business and non-profit sectors as well as teachers and high school students participated in a Knowledge Mobilization Session at Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB.

The purpose of the session was to: share the findings from Canada, Climate Change and Education: Opportunities for Public and Formal Education - a National survey of over 3,196 Canadians as well as the Focus on the Atlantic – Regional Report; discuss emerging trends and opportunities for climate change education in the Atlantic; and develop strategies to strengthen climate change education in the region.

May 26, 2020

 

On Tuesday, May 26, 2020, 72 stakeholders drawn from across Ontario, representing the education, government, academia, business, and non-profit sectors as well as teachers and high school students participated in a virtual Climate Change Education Knowledge Mobilization Session. The session was originally scheduled for April 24th at York University but was postponed due to COVID-19 closures. It was rescheduled as a Zoom session.

The purpose of the session was to: share the national and Ontario specific findings from Canada, Climate Change and Education: Opportunities for Public and Formal Education, a national survey of over 3,196 Canadians; discuss emerging trends and opportunities for climate change education in Ontario; and develop strategies to strengthen climate change education in Ontario.

 

June 9, 2020

 

On Tuesday, June 9, 2020, 45 stakeholders drawn from across Manitoba, representing the education, government, academia, business, and non-profit sectors as well as teachers and high school students participated in a virtual Climate Change Education Knowledge Mobilization Session.

The purpose of the session was to: share the national and Manitoba specific findings from Canada, Climate Change and Education: Opportunities for Public and Formal Education, a national survey of over 3,196 Canadians; discuss emerging trends and opportunities for climate change education in Manitoba; and develop strategies to strengthen climate change education in Manitoba.

 

August 26, 2020

 

On Wednesday, August 26, 2020, 47 stakeholders drawn from across Alberta, representing the education, government, academia, business, and non-profit sectors as well as teachers and high school students participated in a virtual Climate Change Education Knowledge Mobilization Session.

The purpose of the session was to: share the national and Alberta specific findings from Canada, Climate Change and Education: Opportunities for Public and Formal Education, a national survey of over 3,196 Canadians; discuss emerging trends and opportunities for climate change education in Alberta; and develop strategies to strengthen climate change education in Alberta.

 

If you have any questions about the knowledge mobilization sessions please contact:

Pamela Schwartzberg
President and CEO
Learning for a Sustainable Future
cc-survey@LSF-LST.ca
1-877-250-8202