2020 Outdoor Classrooms Summit
Let’s Go on a Garden Tour of The Four Types of Gardens with experts from the Nature-Based Movement. All from the comforts of your own home.
Starts February 10-14, 2020
The 2020 Outdoor Classrooms Summit is a four-day event that introduces and brings to life the Four Types of Gardens:
- Gardens that Feed
- Gardens as Outdoor Learning Stations
- Gardens that Attract Wildlife
- Gardens for Art and Beauty
…through interviews and conversations with leaders from the Nature-Based Movement.
Lifetime Access. 8 Interview Sessions plus Additional Resources
Are you a teacher that:
- has lost the creative spark and excitement you once felt for teaching?
- feels there is never has enough time in the day for the constant balancing act of creating lessons, keeping children engaged, and adhering to the professional development standards?
- is drained and worn out at the thought of going to another conference, paying for a hotel, food, and your time away?
..then this Outdoor Classrooms Summit is for YOU!
Come join us from the comforts of home and soak in inspiring conversations from leaders from the Nature-Based Movement.
Consider what one-of-a-kind Outdoor Classrooms can do you for you, your children, and your community. The benefits of spending time in an outdoor classroom include:
- Perfect settings for all subjects
- Unstructured Play Outdoors.
- Promotes Creativity and Problem-Solving Skills.
- Better Tests Scores.
- Higher Grade Point Averages.
- Decreased Behavior Problems.
- Reduced Symptoms of ADHD.
Join the Outdoor Classrooms Summit and:
- Reignite your creative spark and wake up excited and eager to get to school.
- Feel more alive, energized and deeply satisfied…because you’re making a difference in children’s lives.
- Earn 10-hour Participation Certificate.
THE SESSIONS & CONVERSATIONS:
Nature-Based Leaders sharing their stories, programs, and tips and tricks for teaching outdoors while bringing The Seeds of Inspiration for Outdoor Learning Card Deck to LIFE!
Day 1: Keynote Speaker
Victoria Hackett: Outdoor Classrooms
Day 2: Gardens that Feed
Lara Lepionka: Backyard Growers
Jed Norris: Shelburne Farms
Day 3: Gardens as Outdoor Learning Stations
Rusty Keeler: Just Play Project
Juliet Robertson: Creative Star Learning
Day 4: Gardens that Attract Wildlife
David Newsom: The Wild Yards Project
Ward Johnson: Save our Monarchs
Day 5: Gardens for Art and Beauty
Bobby Mabe: Growth through Gardening
Jena Jauchius: SPVV Landscape Architects
- Lectures 9
- Quizzes 0
- Students 4
- Assessments Yes
Keynote: Victoria Hackett: Outdoor-Classrooms.com
Gardens that Feed
Gardens as Outdoor Learning Stations
Gardens that Attract Wildlife
Gardens for Art and Beauty