Whistler

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There are many ways to see the natural environment around us. In this program students will explore strategies for looking at and responding to a variety of non-representational artworks housed in the Museum. By looking, thinking, discussing and creating works of abstract art students will be introduced to new ways of looking at and approaching subject matter. Using a variety of different techniques such as drawing, collage, and mixed media, students will feel supported in the exploration of their own creativity.

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Students will explore a variety of artworks including landscapes, abstracts, photography, carvings and installations by BC artists while thinking about how the principles of art and design are used to express stories and issues related to life in coastal British Columbia. Students will engage in meaning making through deep observation, critical thinking and dialogue in response to various works of art.

 

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Students will explore how historic and contemporary BC First Nations artists have used their knowledge and respect of natural materials to create their incredible works of art. Through direct comparison and observation, students will discover the elements, materials and stories found within the expressive artworks and how they have transformed over time, while also having the opportunity to creatively express their own identity.

 

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Students will investigate the representations of people throughout history with a focus on identity as seen through portraiture. Explore the significance and value of portraiture in general, while learning about the characters depicted in the paintings as well as about the artist who captured them in history. Through collaboration, critical thinking, and dialogue students will complement their in-gallery tour with the exploration of a variety of drawing and sketching techniques.

* Program available until October 7, 2016

 

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We offer day programs and 1-4 night overnight programs for schools, groups, home-schoolers, college and university groups. Students engage in hands-on, experiential learning in the outdoors by learning new skills, building their teamwork and leadership capacity and challenging themselves. Activities are offered under the following topics, and can me mixed and matched: Outdoor Adventure: canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, camp craft, swimming, orienteering and archery. Teambuilding: high and low ropes, teambuilding sessions. Environmental Stewardship Programs: Owls of Camp Thunderbird, learning chain, the animal game, wonders of wildflowers, sensory nature walk and habitat fragmentation.

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Full Day
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K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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Format: Online kit available at http://nvma.ca/education/online/

Secondary level students will critically analyze both archival and contemporary newspaper articles relating to aboriginal rights and land title in British Columbia. This program presents the story of native activism in the mid-twentieth century through the lens of one individual (Maisie Hurley, 1887-1962), founder of the Native Voice newspaper.

This program has been organized with the Squamish Nation Education Department and made possible in part through a grant from the Museums Assistance Program, Department of Canadian Heritage.

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10, 11, 12
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Camp Jubilee's Outdoor School Program provides the highest quality outdoor educational programs built on real experiences, which complement the education curriculum. If an overnight excursion is not an option for you this year, try a day trip as an alternative opportunity to experience Camp Jubilee!!! Daytrips include Boat Transportation from Deep Cove and return, 3 activities and lunch. We can also provide a custom program based on your group's needs.

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Camp Jubilee’s School programs offer students from kindergarten to grade 12 flexible, customized programs to meet the unique needs of your class or school. Camp Jubilee’s location on Indian Arm (just a short boat ride from Deep Cove, North Vancouver) provides endless educational opportunities that combine experiential learning with links to school curriculum. Our food services offer tasty and nutritious meals and our skilled instructors and hosts are available throughout your stay. Camp Jubilee combines modern, comfortable accommodations and spectacular scenery, all at affordable prices. Many schools have discovered this hidden jewel and have chosen Jubilee as the ideal location to bring their students, staff and adult volunteers. Teachers and students alike find Camp Jubilee a beautiful, relaxing location to get away. Whether it is a Traditional Outdoor School experience or week end team building retreats (i.e. student leadership, sport teams, band retreat etc.) or an Adventure Camp you may be considering, our facility, staff and programs could help you to hold a wonderful and memorable get away for your school and program.

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The Ziptrek Bear tour is a fully guided ecology based tour that takes students through the treetops on a series of five ziplines, suspension bridges and observation platforms. Our mission is to inspire and educate students about Climate Change and Conservation, Health of the Environment and Living Sustainably. While on tour you'll be able to see first hand the difference in forest composition between the ancient, old growth forests and the second generation forests that exist in the area. All Ziptrek guests are informed about the Natural Step framework as well as information about the local ecology. It is the ideal site for interactive learning and outdoor adventure exploration.

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Half Day
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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TreeTrek is a fully guided ecology based tour that takes students through the treetops on a series of suspension bridges and observation platforms. Our mission is to inspire and educate Whistler visitors about Climate Change and Conservation, Health of the Environment and Living Sustainably. While on tour students are able to see first hand the difference in forest composition between the ancient, old growth forests and the second generation forests that exist in the area. All TreeTrek guests are educated about the Natural Step framework as well as information about the local ecology. It is the ideal site for interactive learning and outdoor adventure exploration.

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90
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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Immerse your students in the Universe with our digital portable planetarium. With our portable planetarium you will be able to stand on the Moon and look back at Earth, experience a Martian sunrise, and even see what the Milky Way galaxy looks like. 

The portable planetarium is a large dome that can be easily set up in any 7 x 7 x 4 metre (23 x 23 x 12.5 feet) space. The program consists of:

  • Elementary School – up to 6 presentations / day (20-30 minute presentations).
  • Secondary School – up to 4 presentations / day (40 minute presentations).
  • Also available for community groups.
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Teachers Only
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Our award-winning curriculum engages and stimulates students to connect the history of a young German immigrant family in Vancouver (between1880s-1920s) to their own and to reflect on immigration and social and cultural differences. The visit is split into 3 parts: architectural drawing (house and neighborhood), a tour of the house (during which children learn about the history of a family and of the city of Vancouver), and the discovery of unusual historical artifacts. This curriculum is particularly geared towards Grade 5 students, but can be easily adapted or used for other grades.

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Half Day
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4, 5
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