Pacific Educational Press
Pacific Educational Press (PEP) has been producing educational resources of exceptional quality for over 44 years. Founded in 1971 as the Vancouver Environmental Education Project (VEEP) in the Faculty of Education at UBC, PEP developed over 300 educational resources across a variety of subject areas, including: Aboriginal and First Nations Education, Mathematics, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Curriculum Studies, and Family Studies/Home Economics.

In November 2015, Pacific Educational Press found a new home as an imprint of UBC Press.

Currently, you can order Insider's Guide to K–12 Education in BC and Engaging Imagination in Ecological Education from this website or from our Canadian distributor, the University of Toronto Press. For all other PEP titles, please refer to the Pacific Educational Press website.
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Insider’s Guide to K–12 Education in BC

This comprehensive guide offers real-life answers to real-life questions about British Columbia’s school system.

Engaging Imagination in Ecological Education

Practical Strategies for Teachers

This book illustrates how to connect students to the natural world and encourage them to care about a more sustainable, ecologically secure planet.

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