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A community of learners making our world sustainable

What is the key to Green School and The Bridge’s contribution to learning? Teachers. 

There is no school without teachers. There is no colearning center without teachers. Teachers come in many forms: formally trained to those who are naturally gifted to share insights with the world. 

We welcome you to be part of our teaching and learning community as we bring together thought leaders, inspiring thinkers, and those nurturing the world with insights on spirituality and social-emotional intelligence. 

Welcome to Green School for Grown-Ups. 


Green Educator Course (GEC) is a professional development training for educators around the world. It is a 5-day designed experience that unpacks the pedagogy and fundamental design principles of Green School’s holistic, student-centered, and nature-based curriculum.

This course aims to answer the following questions: 

  • Why do we put sustainability at the center of our teaching and learning?
  • What skills, behaviours, values, and mindset do we need in order to create a world that works for all?
  • What are the characteristics of transformational teaching and learning?
  • What models and design strategies can we use to deliver Education for Sustainability?
  • What are the paradigms of wall-less education?  Read More
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Voice. We all have one. Everyone has a beautiful story to share, a new perspective on the world. 

The Teacher Gamer Revolution is on!

The “future of education”. What does it look like? Everyone in a box on their…

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Sustainable Education (w/ Glenn Chickering)

This week’s guest is Glenn Chickering, former Head of Faculty at the Green school on…

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Crop Circles – JESSE DRIVER

Crop circles have remained mysterious to people for decades.  Hard core skeptics simply say they…

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Making Your Own Mini Worm Farm for Home Composting – ANDY ASHO

Staying at home during this COVID-19 pandemic challenge our creativity as a parent. Not only…

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