Nature Journaling

Thursday, June 15, 2023

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Registration Deadline

Thursday, June 8, 2023

Nature journaling helps capture student observations and promotes documentation of students' curiosity in the natural world. Whether you are outdoors studying science, language arts, math, art, or a combination of these subjects, nature journals provide a great learning platform for documenting students' experiences using words, pictures, and numbers.
Participating educators will gain experience and knowledge in how to: get started journaling with their students; develop ideas for using journals to build a sense of place on their school grounds; use journals for investigations, storytelling, visual thinking, mathematical thinking; and more.
This FREE workshop (fee refunded after completion) incorporates Jeffers Teaching Methods with outdoor experiences and models how to effectively teach nature journaling. Participating educators will engage in a mixture of learning experiences from a student's perspective and conversations and reflections from a teacher's perspective.

CEU's: 12 Hours (option to earn 8 additional hours, will be discussed during the workshop)

Questions: contact Dr. David Grack at

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