Wild in the City
- Science & Technology - Understanding Life Systems;
- Mathematics - Data Management and Probability
- program emphasizes respect, responsibility, teamwork and co-operation
Available at High Park OR your local green space. By participating in structured investigative and experiential activities in meadow, forest and aquatic habitats, students study interactions within the environment, and identify factors that affect the balance between different components of an ecosystem. A particular emphasis is placed on understanding the interactions between and among biotic and abiotic elements in the environment and demonstrating an understanding of an ecosystem as a system of interactions between living organisms and their environment.
NOTE: when visiting local green spaces, programs may not include pond study.
- a more personal understanding of the complexity of ecosystems
- understanding the role we all play as environmental stewards in this process
Please Note: the terrain in High Park may be challenging for students in wheelchairs; contact TUSC for more information
Program Length: one day (9:30 am - 2:00 pm)
Availability: fall (September to October), spring (May to June)
Location: High Park or your local green space
Fee: Please find information on the fee structure here.
User fees help ensure the continuation of these learning experiences through partial cost recovery; fee schedule reflect rates subsidized by the Toronto District School Board.
TTC: each student requires 2 tickets, if over 12 years
Maximum: 30 students