Creating LGBTQ+ Inclusive Spaces – Making schools and colleges more inclusive
This course covers everything you need to know about using outdoor learning to cover curriculum content. The day will look at implementing ideas on how to teach concepts and skills across all subject areas as well as how to use the outdoors to test understanding and skills in real life situations. Time will be given to discuss ways to use the outdoors for inspiration and creativity as well as tips to make your outdoor learning meaningful and impactful.
The course will provide an opportunity to look at your school grounds and local learning area and identify how you can use it to teach all aspects of the curriculum.
Implement ways to fully integrate outdoor learning;
Look at ways to make the best use of school grounds and local learning areas;
Unpick how to bring the curriculum to life in the outdoor setting;
Understand how to plan, organise and assess learning;
Gain confidence in using the outdoors to support learning;
Develop and practice literacy, numeracy and other skills outdoors;
Leave will practical tools, techniques, resources and ideas.
Primary and Secondary STEM, geography, eco, health and wellbeing.
Dawn has over 20 years’ experience of teacher training in outdoor learning and has developed resources for outdoor learning for NRW, The National Trust, local councils, and is also ad...vises WJEC on geography field work. She provides teacher training and support on using the outdoors to teach, for staff in England, Ireland Scotland and the Curriculum for Wales and how it can be accessed through outdoor learning. Dawn has also designed and created outdoor learning resources to help support teachers to teach KS2 outdoors.
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Stay at home, get comfortable and enjoy our live interactive course via Zoom! You’ll receive the link a few days before the course date so you can get prepared (and excited) ahead of time.
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Monday 20 May 2024