We have been getting so much feedback about how educators are using The Shore Line to strengthen field-based sustainable curriculum that we wanted to share their methods on the site. If you have an experience you would like to share, send it to us at theshorelineproject@gmail.com.

COMMUNITY TRAINING – RESILIENCE IN THE FACE OF FUTURE FLOODS

ANITA VAN BREDA

WORLD WILDLIFE FUND

The Shore Line in coordination with World Wildlife Fund curated a collection of videos along with a Community Resilience guide to complement The Flood Green Guide, a resource used by engineers, community members and others planning for flood management …. Read more

college seminar – knowledge, world views and ethics

KESTER DYER

DAWSON COLLEGE

I used The Shore Line in my Humanities Ethics course (345-BXH-DW) to introduce theories of environmental ethics with excellent results. Students’ interest was palpable and their feedback on the exercise was unanimously positive… Read more

UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR – MAPPING PLACE IN INTERACTIVE MEDIA

DAYNA MCLEOD

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY

This assignment asks students to consider a place in Montreal as subject. Students use research-creation methods to create a project that presents their chosen place from a unique and distinct perspective through intermedial forms of mapping… Read more

graduate seminar – image, test, motion: water

MJ THOMPSON

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY

Inspired by The Shore Line, I had my students develop a “miniature” media work in the form of a podcast. I invited Liz to give a guest lecture on “Techniques and Poetics of the Podcast”… Read more