Let’s Grow Math Outdoors: An e-Course

Posted by on Sep 26, 2018 in | 0 comments

$79.00

30 students enrolled


Hello Math Enthusiasts,

Have you heard the phrase “Math is everywhere” over and over but still get caught up in how to teach it outdoors? Are you the teacher that is left to figure out how to incorporate Math into your outdoor activities? Have you enjoyed the FREE 5 Day Math Outdoors Challenge and looking to dig a little deeper?

Guess what! You are in for a treat! The NEW Let’s Grow Math Outdoors e-Course is open for registration! This e-course will give you the tools you need to create your own one-of-a-kind Math program outdoors.

It’s so much easier to be inspired and have a plan for introducing Math Outdoors than it is to do the same thing over and over without results and barely getting the creative juices flowing.

Educators, flip your “zone of genius” switch with the LET’S GROW MATH OUTDOORS e-Course. 

If you would like to play with Math concepts and have ideas and activities flowing then this Math Outdoors e-Course will take you there without making it a big deal.

Focusing on teaching Math inside the classroom requires more work and action to produce. Let’s take Math Outdoors and learn through PLAY!

WHO: This program is for anyone interested in reconnecting children with Nature using Math. It’s as simple as that. You can be a parent, teacher, administrator, community member or all of the above.

GOALS: This course will:

  • enlighten participants to the tricks of taking small and large groups outdoors for Math lessons.
  • inspire a variety of techniques and activities for teaching Math Outdoors.
  • offer a community of Natural Teachers via a private Facebook page.
  • guide participants toward creating their own Math Gardens

BENEFITS: This self-paced e-Course opens participants up to all the possibilities when taking Math Outdoors.

What teachers are saying:

 “I have a student who hates Math. With these playful activities, I don’t think she realizes she is learning Math.”

“I get stuck teaching Math because no one else wants to do it. This program made learning about Math fun.” 

“I never thought of teaching Math concepts outdoors. What a difference!” 

WHAT YOU GET: 

  • 4 Modules released weekly with in-depth videos focused on Math elements
    • Monday, October 15 WELCOME
    • Monday, October 22 MODULE 1
    • Monday, October 29 MODULE 2
    • Monday, November 5 MODULE 3
    • Monday, November 12 MODULE 4
  • Access to a Private Facebook group. A great way to connect with other e-Course participants
  • Hand-picked Nature-Based Math activities to do in The 4 types of Gardens
  • Weekly check-ins
  • Additional Books and Resources on Outdoor Math.

HOW IT WORKS:

The course is on a private platform. Once you sign up you access the e-course at MY ACCOUNTS on the homepage of Outdoor-Classrooms. Teachers have access to the private Facebook page and will be available once you sign up. This is a great place to introduce yourself and share with fellow Natural Teachers from across the globe.

Teachers who would like to earn the 15-hour Participation Certificate will need to write comments below each page within each Module. This allows me to see your interaction with the material.

This live e-course will have 2 Virtual Class Gatherings via Zoom. Participating in these gatherings are highly recommended; however, are optional. Each call will be recorded and put up in the classroom.

LET’S GROW LITERACY OUTDOORS e-Course: 

Welcome

  • o-1: Welcome Note from Victoria
  • 0-2: Good Things to Know
  • 0-3: Why Math Outdoors?
  • 0-4: Ideas to Kick Start Your Math Garden
  • 0-5: Supply List for Your Mini Math Outdoors Kit

Module 1: Math Gardens that Feed

  • 1-0: Welcome to Gardens that Feed
  • 1-1: Time
  • 1-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
  • 1-3: Numbers
  • 1-4: Measurement
  • 1-5: Data Collection

Module 2: Math Gardens as Outdoor Learning Stations

  • 2-0: Welcome to Gardens as Outdoor Learning Stations
  • 2-1: Time
  • 2-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
  • 2-3: Numbers
  • 2-4: Measurement
  • 2-5: Data Collection
  • Virtual Class Gathering Zoom Call Wednesday, October 24 at 7:00 (EST)

Module 3: Math Gardens that Attract Wildlife

  • 3-0: Welcome to Gardens that Attract Wildlife
  • 3-1: Time
  • 3-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
  • 3-3: Numbers
  • 3-4: Measurement
  • 3-5: Data Collection

Module 4: Math Gardens for Art and Beauty

  • 4-0: Welcome to Gardens for Art and Beauty
  • 4-1: Time
  • 4-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
  • 4-3: Numbers
  • 4-4: Measurement
  • 4-5: Data Collection
  • Virtual Class Gathering Zoom Call Wednesday, November 7 at 7:00 (EST)

REGISTER HERE

See you in class!

Victoria

 

 

 

 

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    • 0-1: Welcome Note from Victoria
    • 0-2: Good Things to Know
    • 0-3: Why Math Outdoors?
    • 0-4: Ideas to Kick Start Your Math Garden
    • 0-5: Supply List for Your Mini Math Outdoors Kit
  • Module 1: Math Gardens that Feed  0/6

    • 1-0: Welcome to Gardens that Feed
    • 1-1: Time
    • 1-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
    • 1-3: Numbers
    • 1-4 : Measurement
    • 1-5: Data Collection
  • Module 2: Math Gardens as Outdoor Learning Stations  0/6

    • 2-0: Welcome to Gardens as Outdoor Learning Stations
    • 2-1: Time
    • 2-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
    • 2-3: Numbers
    • 2-4: Measurement
    • 2-5: Data Collection
  • Module 3: Math Gardens that Attract Wildlife  0/6

    • 3:0: Welcome to Gardens that Attract Wildlife
    • 3-1: Time
    • 3-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
    • 3-3: Numbers
    • 3-4: Measurement
    • 3-5: Data Collection
  • Module 4: Math Gardens for Art and Beauty  0/6

    • 4-0: Welcome to Gardens for Art and Beauty
    • 4-1: Time
    • 4-2: Patterns, Shapes, & Symmetry
    • 4-3: Numbers
    • 4-4: Measurement
    • 4-5: Data Collection

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