Using these places, rich in learning possibilities, we also socially and emotionally engage our learners with the places and topics. In recent years we have come to understand that connection with ‘place’ needs to come before we learn about the bigger social and environmental issues we face as society.
It is a long term programme that supports you to plan, implement and evaluate a challenging and fun outdoor learning experience for your pupils. Teaching in Nature is a collaborative process, sharing good practice and learning with your colleagues from other schools. It will also challenge you to develop an interdisciplinary approach to outdoor learning with colleagues.
Full course information can be found on the CLPL pages of eduBuzz, where you will also find an application form. This should be completed and returned to Matt Robinson at Grounds for Learning. Closing date for applications is 4th September 2015, with the course commencing on 11th September.
Costs for this course will be met by the Training and Developemnt Team, however there will be a cover cost implication for successful candidates. Further information can be obtained from the Training & Development Team – firstname.lastname@example.org