Introduction to Forest Learning workshops

An Introduction to Forest Learning - 1 day workshops

Dates presented:

  • 28 June, Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre, Brisbane


Suitable for:  Designed for educators working with children aged from 2 to 10 years old, including early childhood, FDC, OSHC, home school and Primary School Educators.

Learning outcomes:

  • Explore principles and practice of Forest Learning: the history, ethos, approach and the benefits for modern children.
  • Learn techniques to implement these principles and practices in the context of your service or community.
  • Take part in a selection of adaptable and practical Forest Learning activities.
  • Explore a ‘typical’ Forest Learning  session, along with the necessary procedures and routines to put in place, including risk-benefit assessments.
  • Engage in a collaborative discussion into current barriers restricting Forest Learning  and scaffold strategies to support your setting with overcoming these.
  • Receive an introduction to planning and recording learning experiences to meet curriculum demands and external expectations.
  • Learn ‘tried and tested’ suggestions to help you get other colleagues and parents on board and in support of outdoor play developments in your setting.
  • Receive guidance on crafting achievable development plans for your setting and some quick tips to get you started from day 1!
  • Receive a free introductory start up pack of resources to take back to your setting.

Cost:  $220 inc GST


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