This page contains links to other organizations with projects that may be of interest to readers of this site.

The listing is alphabetical, and links will open in a new window.

This information was copied from our old web site and is in the process of being updated.

Canadian Association of Principals

The Canadian Association of Principals (CAP) represents and serves the Principals  and Vice-Principals of schools across Canada. The Association is comprised of provincial associations from each province, each being an active partner in the educational decision-making process in each province or territory. CAP supports education, students and its members by organizing a variety of special projects, many of which are funded by federal government departments, companies and other organizations. The primary strength of CAP in such projects is its ability to communicate with school-based administrators, who often are the gatekeepers for educational innovations.
Canadian School Boards Association

The Canadian School Boards Association, the national voice of school boards, is composed of nine provincial school board associations representing over 400 school boards serving more than four million elementary and secondary school students. CSBA exercises leadership by advocating excellence in public education and promoting the value of locally elected school boards through collaborations, research and information sharing with other partners.
Airline Ambassadors International

Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the United Nations and recognized by the US Congress. It is a network of airline employees and others who volunteer as "Ambassadors of Goodwill" in their home communities and abroad. Members share their unique skills and talents to care for others and bring compassion into action.

AAI provides humanitarian aid to children and families in need as well as relief and development to under-privileged communities worldwide. We escort children in need, hand-deliver humanitarian aid to orphanages, clinics, and remote communities, assist at special events and involve youth in humanitarian efforts around the world.

IHTEC has been a member of AAI since the IIPT Third Global Conference, Sustainable Tourism, held in Glasgow in October 17 - 21. 1999. On March 24, 2000 Airline Ambassadors transported and donated exercise books, art materials and to the David Alfredo School, Puerto Morelos, Mexico. These were given to the teachers at a high level event with the Premier of Quintana Roo. At the same time Award Cups were given to six children, who won the ISPG International Music Award 2000, with their song “Los Desees de la Paz”.


Canadian Teachers' Federation

The Canadian Teachers' Federation was created in 1920 to ensure that, as teachers, our opinion was heard and taken into account whenever any authority outside the provincial jurisdiction was considering action which would affect us  as teachers, or impinge on our work with students. That remains our primary goal today.
Ceeds of Life

Colene Riffo is using digital storytelling and exceptional media work with children. Visit her Ceeds of Life website to see "Happy B'earth-day", a flash movie that children developed in class on the theme of "creation". Click the beating heart to start the movie.
Curriculum Research & Development Group (Hawaii)

The Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG), with its Education Laboratory School, is an organized research unit in the College of Education at the University of Hawai'i that conducts research and creates, evaluates, disseminates, and supports educational programs that serve students, teachers, parents, and other educators in grades pre-K-12. CRDG contributes to the body of professional knowledge and practice in teaching and learning, curriculum development, program dissemination and implementation, evaluation and assessment, and school improvement.
EcoSource

EcoSource is an innovative environmental organization bringing green living to their communities.  They specialize in fun, hands-on programs that focus on how each of us can change our daily habits to become better environmental citizens.  If you too have a vision for a smarter, healthier, greener community, join them!

EcoSource now also publishes a print / online Green Guide http://www.thegreenguide.ca where Peel region citizens can find information on environmentally friendly living, from where to recycle your old car to where to buy environmentally friendly household cleaners. Everything you need to live lightly on our planet!
The Evergreen Foundation

The Evergreen Foundation aims to involve schools, communities, governments and businesses in the process of transforming bleak asphalt, concrete and mown turf landscapes into healthier, more vibrant and more educational environments. The Learning Grounds Program focuses on transforming typically flat and barren concrete school grounds into dynamic learning environments.
Future Aces - Herbert Carnegie Foundation

Herbert H. Carnegie, Founder of the Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation, was honoured on March 30th, 2006, for the 50th Anniversary of the writing of the Future Aces Creed.  The Creed contains twelve positive statements or, as Herb calls them, rules for life.  He wrote them to help himself overcome the anger he felt when he did not get chosen for the National Hockey League because of his colour.  Today the Creed is used in schools from Canada to China, Barbados, Africa; it affects over 60000 students annually. The inspiring anniversary gala was held at the Toronto Centre for the Arts, Ontario. To read more about Herb, the Creed and the gala, go to http://futureaces.org.

IHTEC has participated with Future Aces at two leadership conferences; in friendship, they are promoting each other's programs. Dianne Leggatt is an Education Facilitator, and a retired principal, who continues fostering the Creed with Future Aces Executive Director Bernice Carnegie, Education Director, Vivian Shapiro ...  and, of course, Founder, Herbert H. Carnegie.
Green Teacher Magazine

Green Teacher Magazine was launched in late 1986 by Damian Randle, who at the time was the Education Officer of the Centre for Alternative Technology in the UK in mid-Wales. Focussing on environment and development education, the magazine aspired to present a compendium of articles and activities useful to K-12 educators across the English- speaking world. Regional addresses were established in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

In early 1991, two Toronto high school teachers, Tim Grant and Gail Littlejohn left their teaching positions to launch a Canadian edition of Green Teacher from their home office. They recruited regional editors from all Canadian provinces and territories. A growing US readership gradually led to the magazine's becoming more North American in scope. Green Teacher is currently establishing a network of US regional editors.
IJGD - Internationale Jugendgemeinschaftsdienstse

IJGD (International Youth Community Services) are a non-profit organization independent of any religious or political party. We organise volunteer service programmes in Germany and abroad which can last between 2 weeks and 18 months.

Our aim is to forward young people's awareness of social conditions. By developing a feeling of social responsibility, young people will be able to make their own decisions in a democratic social environment, to act responsibly and to promote international understanding and cooperation.

Our aims thus include the promotion of international understanding and the reduction of prejudice between people of different nations, social backgrounds, religions and political ideas.
The International Institute of Concern for Public Health

IICPH is a Canadian-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping communities assess and improve their environmental health status. The IICPH alerts and informs the public of the health hazards of pesticides, nuclear industries and other commercial, military, and industrial products. As well -- independent of government and industry -- the Institute provides the evidence and documentation needed by survivors of environmental disasters. This unique and essential service both supports and furthers the key principle on which the IICPH operates: that a safe environment is a fundamental human right.

IICPH works in cooperation with Native Peoples, professionals, grassroots organizations, and citizens groups in Canada, the United States, Russia, the Central Pacific, India, South America, Europe, South Africa, and many other countries.
Ontario's Environmental Bill of Rights

Ontario's Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR) declares that the people of Ontario recognize the inherent value of the natural environment and their right to a healthful environment. It says that the government has the primary responsibility to achieve these goals, and the people should have the means to ensure they are achieved.

On February 15th, 1994, Ontario's Premier Bob Rae launched the Province's historic "Environmental Bill of Rights" at West Humber Collegiate. The first International School Peace Gardens Peace Tree was presented to the Premier and subsequently planted in West Humber's School Peace Garden.
SEVEC

SEVEC is national Canadian charitable organization offering exchanges, educational trips, and forums. More than 300,000 young Canadians, their educators and their families have experienced Canada's different languages and lifestyles through SEVEC programs, bringing learning to life!

SEVEC has 70 years of experience in trusted, secure, educational, affordable, and FUN programs.
The International Institute for Peace Through Tourism (IIPT)

The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) is a not for profit organization dedicated to fostering travel and tourism initiatives that contribute to international understanding and cooperation, an improved quality of environment, the preservation of heritage, and poverty reduction; and through these initiatives, helping to bring about a peaceful and sustainable world.  It is founded on a vision of the world’s largest industry, travel and tourism – becoming the world’s first global peace industry; and the belief that every traveler is potentially an “Ambassador for Peace.”
Transnational Distance Learning and Building New Markets for Universities

During 2011, IHTEC Founding President Julia Morton-Marr assisted with the editing of 'Transnational Distance Learning and Building New Markets for Universities' written by Robert Hogan, University of South Pacific - Fiji.  Julia also wrote the forward to the book which was released in January 2012.

Click here for further information on this new book.

The book contains a reference back to the old IHTEC web site that was retired in January of 2012.  The following is a replacement link to that reference.

Julia Morton-Marr Speech on Global Sustainability Education.pdf