• Students learning in the forest

    Place Responsive Learning

  • Teacher writing notes on a whiteboard

    Place Responsive Learning

  • unbc students learning in the forest

    Place Responsive Learning

School of Education BEd students working with the students at Cedars Christian School and engaged in place-based learning at Greenway Trails.

This movement pays attention to the local, to past and future, to language, identity, diversity, and Indigenous ways of knowing. It is rooted in human and more-than-human communities.

We are coming alongside this signature pedagogy as a way of exploring what’s important to know, and how things become known; it helps assess how we are doing and whether our work is authentic, and provides us with multiple points of inspiration and reflection.