Instructor: Rob Wade
Are you interested in developing a new environmental education program or expanding an existing program to reach more kids in your community? If so, tune into this webinar to learn about Learning Landscapes, an award winning K-12 program developed by the Feather River Land Trust to greatly enhance children’s contact with the natural world. This unique program has been integrated into every school, supports every teacher and reaches every student, every year in their service area. Benefitting over 2,500 school children annually, the program provides focused teacher support and conserves land adjacent to every public school that is used independently by teachers. With an emphasis on practical lessons learned, this webinar will cover what you need to know (and what pitfalls to avoid) to get started with a similar program.
How will I benefit from this webinar?
- Evaluate your existing efforts through the lens of programming perpetuity and youth impacts
- Apply new standards, current trends, and best practices in education and environmental literacy to create or enhance successful programs scaled to your land trust’s capacity and community and that will meet your school partners’ goals
- Maximize your planning, implementation and evaluation efforts with help from Learning Landscapes Toolkit.
Access to this recording will expire on December 31, 2019, and is subject to availability of the AdobeConnect service.
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