In a mock land-use planning process, students will apply a land-use simulator to learn how land-use affects Alberta’s economy and environment. Students will then negotiate to identify a land-use plan that balances all stakeholders’ goals. Governments have to balance the environment and economy to ensure a high quality of life for all Albertans. They have to make some tough decisions. Ones that balance the needs of various stakeholders.”
This program is aligned with the Grade 9 Social Studies and Science curricula and provides students an opportunity to engage in authentic, cross-curricular learning.
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For students registering – first name, first initial of surname, etc. AF 144-A
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Students have the ability to post and publish so Form AF 144-A must be signed.
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