Sarah Newton’s Sustainable Classroom Q&A

Sustainable classroom

Spend 90 minutes with sustainable classroom expert Sarah Newton. Sarah has brought sustainability to the next level by incorporating it into all aspects of her curriculum. Learn how she teaches students about sustainability and encourages them to live a sustainable lifestyle. Find out about the many projects she has done over the years and her completely waste free classroom. Bring all your questions and pick her brain!

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Environmental Education Books Curated by Sarah J. Newton (click image to expand):

Environmental Education Books Curated by Sarah J. Newton

Sarah Newton Bio:

Sarah Newton

I gratefully acknowledge that I work, live and play on the traditional territory of the Sinixt people, which they share with the Secwepemc, Syilx, and Ktunaxa Nations. I have been teaching for 20 years: both here in Revelstoke and previously in Fort St James. My volunteer time includes work on the BCTF’s committee for social Justice, The City of Revelstoke’s Environmental Advisory Committee, and have been on the Board of Wildsight Revelstoke. I have a BA in geography and history, and a diploma in Nature Education from Cornell University. I love hanging out with my husband and two teenage children, cross country skiing, hiking, trail running, and activism.