Fresh Air Learning Training Opportunity …
March 2014 Weekend Workshop
Our first forest school training weekend was a great success! If you missed it, we’ll be running another the weekend of March 8th and 9th. The course runs from 9 am to 3 pm in Lynn Canyon Park. Click here to register <https://www.eventbrite.ca/event/8608764045> , or email us at email@example.com to learn more or to pay by cheque.
What You’ll Learn
The weekend will be a combination of theory and practice. Learn how the philosophy of forest school is different from other outdoor learning, and learn techniques for guiding children without teacher-led activities. We’ll also spend time outdoors, playing and learning in the park, and you’ll come back with hands-on ideas to incorporate into your own program.
On Sunday morning, we’ll also learn about Coyote Mentoring with our guest instructors from Soaring Eagle Nature School. This workshop is designed to give mentors and educators tools for authentic and meaningful connections with their students. Participants will actively engage in and learn different ways of interacting with people, ecosystems, mentors and children. In each student and mentor, coyote mentoring develops the capacity for learning, problem solving and genuine expression and awakens a natural sense of wonder.
Fresh Air Learning
Lisa Howey-Louter: Lisa is a passionate outdoorsperson and the founding teacher responsible for shaping Fresh Air Learning’s programs in North Vancouver. She is an early childhood educator.
Tricia Edgar: Tricia is an outdoor educator with 17 years of experience playing outdoors with children. She has a background in ecology, permaculture, restoration, and curriculum development, and she is one of the founders of Fresh Air Learning.
Soaring Eagle Nature School
Jenna Rudolph: Jenna is the co-founder of Soaring Eagle Nature School. She is a herbalist, wildlife tracker and nature mentor. She is deeply connected to the 8 Shields Model of mentoring, along with Coyote Mentoring.
Allison Prime: Allison is an instructor at Soaring Eagle Nature School. She is a passionate educator, facilitator, mentor and wilderness guide. Her familiarity with facilitation and coyote mentoring allows for deeper connection to her surroundings and the people she works with.