Healthy Living in My Community

The Healthy Living in My Community project will bring community stories of healthy eating and active living to the classroom and connect students to healthy living initiatives in their communities through the use of story mapping technology and hands-on experiential learning. This project builds off of AICBR’s Healthy Living Inventory Tool to enhance collaboration and information sharing between organizations and others for advancing healthy lifestyles in Yukon and Northwest Territories’ communities. We are currently creating a free unit plan and lesson package for interested teachers that will meet English Language Arts, Physical and Health Education and Applied Design, Skills and Technologies curriculum requirements. Contact us to learn more: molly@aicbr.ca

Please download the booklet for more information on the project and/or explore the example story maps below! 

 

What is a Story Map?

Explore some Healthy Living Story Maps By clicking on images below.

This is a story map introducing the Healthy Living Inventory tool. Follow the arrow and read the sidebar text to explore how to use the tool to learn about the various healthy eating, active living, among other healthy living programs available in the Yukon in 2016/2017.

This is a story map introducing the Healthy Living Inventory tool. Follow the arrow and read the sidebar text to explore how to use the tool to learn about the various healthy eating, active living, among other healthy living programs available in the Yukon in 2016/2017.

This is a story map created by Tess Casher, a Yukon youth in grade 12 at Pearson College [Victoria], about her experience with the Yukon Youth Runners program in Whitehorse. 

This is a story map created by Tess Casher, a Yukon youth in grade 12 at Pearson College [Victoria], about her experience with the Yukon Youth Runners program in Whitehorse. 

Click the image to view other Esri Story Maps!

Click the image to view other Esri Story Maps!