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How to Make Nature Your Classroom
How to Make Nature Your Classroom
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Spring Splendour


In this FREE course, discover a wealth of spring activities students will love, and feel calm and confident taking your teaching outdoors!

The teaching needs of this year have changed (and changed, and changed!), and taking your students outside is more important than ever! This course will be an introduction to getting your students outside and making nature your classroom! It will cover risk assessment, how to keep kids happy, safe and engaged outside in all weather, as well as nature themed games & activities to add to your teaching toolkit. This course includes an optional virtual community circle with time for participants to respond to discussion questions related to the current teaching situation. We've also added a webinar experience which will support learning and greater comfort in making connections to Indigenous Perspective with Natural Curiosity! Funded by NSERC


Option to Sign up for Community Circles

Module 1: An Introduction to Teaching Outdoors

Module 2: Making Indigenous Connections

Module 3: Videos & Tasks - Two Core Routines for Nature-Based Education

Module 4: Videos Modelling Seasonal Connections

Module 5:Tapping Into the Senses

Module 6: Trees & Plants

Module 7: Animals & Tracks

Further PD Opportunities

EECOM 2021 - Exploring the Nature of Cities - Urban Environmental Education in Action, Streaming virtually - April 21-24, 2021

EcoLinks 2021 - OSEE’s mission is to support and inspire all educators in Ontario to incorporate environmental education into their practice, Streaming live, May 7-8, 2021

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