Andrew Humphries

Andrew has been a Science and Social Studies teacher for over 25 years and is now the Vice Principal at Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School. He is passionate about teaching global sustainability and has done so through a science and social studies classes, a Global Sustainability course, and over 1,000 field study days. Andrew recently returned from the Education for Sustainable Development Conference at the United Nations Peace University in Costa Rica, where he shared his experience and research in global sustainability; engaged in dialogue on pedagogical approaches and lessons learned and discussed advancing transformations in education for sustainable development and global citizenship. Andrew is eager to collaborate with Be The Change to fulfill his goals, which include supporting the excellent work that is already being done by many individuals within the field of sustainability education; work toward a comprehensive inclusion of Global Sustainability within the BC Curriculum; and facilitating networking within, and between, various groups in Vancouver to advance sustainability education and initiatives.

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