Why you should come
- Have a unique professional development experience full of current information on energy and climate change that can be infused into your day-to-day lessons in science, social studies, CTS and more!
- Grow your network of experts and like-minded educators
- Add a spark to your energy and climate lessons with first-hand knowledge and experience
- Enhance student learning and engagement
- Advance energy education & stewardship in your school and community
“It meant so much that my school had the opportunity to learn and grow in such a positive and innovative environment.” Vienna, Medicine Hat High School
Your main role is to help students make the most of their experience, learn along with them and facilitate leadership back in your school. The teachers attending Generate 2019 will be the primary connection to Inside Education. The students will be under your supervision and are ultimately your responsibility. There is no need to worry because we have a jam-packed program to keep them busy.
Of course, safety is a priority. Check out our Summit Safety page for more details. It is expected that two 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 Generate 2019 now. Teams are comprised of two teachers and four 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 may be single or double occupancy
You can read more about the applications here. Applications close December 31st, and we will contact you in early January with the status of your application. Good luck!
So you’ve applied, been accepted – now what?
If your team has completed the online registration form (will be sent out in early January), you have secured your boarding pass to the summit and can begin to plan for this one-of-a-kind education event
If your team has completed the online registration form, you have secured your boarding pass to the summit and can begin to plan for this one-of-a-kind education event.
We are also excited to get to know your team better! Make sure to set up a team meeting and send your team photos to the summit organizing committee.
Finally, get your energy education project ideas sparking and be sure to let us know if you have any questions. See you soon!
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.
If necessary, each attending teacher may apply for a maximum $150 subsidy per day toward the cost of a substitute teacher for Thursday, March 14 and Friday, March 15, 2019.
It is the responsibility of the school to make substitute teacher arrangements. Please review Inside Education’s Supply-Teacher-Subsidy-Policy-2016 for more details, subsidy requests must be submitted by June 17th, 2019
NOTE: Only teachers who have submitted their energy education project plans will be eligible for a supply teacher subsidy.
Travel arrangements to and from Canmore are the team’s responsibility. Schools can request a travel subsidy to offset travel costs. To request a $0.15/km travel subsidy, please complete the mileage form provided by Inside Education. Subsidy requests must be submitted by June 17, 2019.