Three Global Development Studies students create a plan to compost all of Concordia's food waste.
Grade 2 students engage in a unit called "I Am an Active Global Citizen".
Grade 9 Biology teachers and students dive into a service learning cycle related to wildlife conservation.
Grade 7 students use a design and service learning cycle to create prototypes for Concordia employees.
The 2020/21 AP Lit service learning experiences: case studies in raising awareness, engaging in advocacy and changing mindsets.
A partnership between elementary and high school students highlights components of the service learning cycle.
Global Development Studies student Isabella Y talks to Shiyin Wang of Youkuai Foods and Z-Rou about food & sustainability.
Global Development Studies student Clarisse Y interviews PSO vice president Laura Finn Gardiner about recycling uniforms at Concordia.
Global Development Studies student Kendra B interviews Karen Ma from the Concordia Operations Department to explore green transportation options.
Global Development Studies student Bennett B interviews Concordia's learning support specialist Naimah Bazemore about sustainable cities and communities.
Global Development Studies student Doris W interviews Concordia tech coach Dennis Grice about digital literacy and digital storytelling.
Global Development Studies student Aiyan L interviews Concordia High School Principal Aaron Chowning about why we should all care about using less single-use plastics.
Global Development Studies student Gordon L interviews Aramark manager Chen He about sustainable food issues related to our campus food services.
Global Development Studies student Julia P interviews Concordia teacher LeeAnne Lavender about the opportunities that exist at Concordia for students to become active global citizens.
Join Global Development Studies student Ethan D as he explores how we can cut down on our use of plastics, both at home and at school.