Thursday, June 15, 2023
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org