You have taken the first step to leading your team to Navigate 2016 and we’re here to help you with the rest.
Why you should come
- Grow your network of experts and like-minded educators
- Add depth to your lessons with first-hand knowledge and experience
- Enhance student learning and engagement
- Advance water literacy in your school and community
You main role is to help students make the most of their experience, learn along with them and facilitate water leadership back in your school. Teachers attending Navigate 2016 will be the primary connection to Inside Education. The students will be under your supervision and are ultimately your responsibility, but don’t worry we’ve have a jam-packed program to keep them busy and of course, safety is a priority; check out our summit safety page for more details. It is expected that 2 teachers from each school will attend the summit.
Getting your team together
Whether your students have come to you, you have a group of exceptional learners in mind or you want to get an application together and select students later, you can apply for Navigate 2016 now. Teams are comprised of 2 teachers and 4 students.
*note student rooms are based on double occupancy; therefore, equal gender ratios are required and students must be 14 years or older at the time of the summit.
*teacher rooms can be single or double occupancy
Both students and teachers receive a full-scholarship to attend the summit.
Meals, accommodation and events
Inside Education will provide all meals, accommodations, conference registration and social events during the summit.
It is the responsibility of the school to make substitute teacher arrangements. Unfortunately this program does not qualify for the supply teacher stipend.
Travel arrangements to and from Canmore is the team’s responsibility. Schools can request a $0.15/km travel subsidy to offset travel costs.