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ECO Learning Network Conference 2022 Pedagogy and Practice in Nature Education

March 25, 2022

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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 26, 2022

$40 – $140

Details:

Day 1

Keynote speakers include: Tim Gill, writer/advocate, on children’s participation in decision-making Inga Simpson, author, on the intersection of physical & imaginative landscapes Ann Slater, teacher/researcher, on de-colonizing teaching on Country Cecilia See Kee, Indigenous education and inclusion specialist Panel discussion with Barbara Chancellor, Sue Elliott, Fran Hughes and Karen Anderson

Day 2 – Workshops include: Marc Martin, author, on the inspiration behind his books Doug Fargher, teacher, on the evolution of a Bush Kinder Pascale Pitot, conservationist, on telling a murnong from a dandelion Lisa Coxon, teacher, on making learning in nature visible for families Karen Anderson, teacher, on story telling in nature programs Janine (Jaffa) Richardson, indigenous early learning programs facilitator, on teaching culture & language in nature Morning Tea provided, BYO lunch

What: Conference

Who: Ecolearning Network

When: Friday March 25 (online) Saturday March 26 (face to face)

Where: Online / Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

Meeting Location: Mueller Hall via F gate

Suburb:  Melbourne

Cost:  $40 (Friday online only) or $140 (Friday online & Saturday workshops)

Age Range: Adult Professional Development

Bookings required: https://www.trybooking.com/BVZSC

Further info: https://earlychildhoodoutdoorlearning.weebly.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/EarlyChildhoodOutdoorLearningNetworkECOLN/

Early Childhood Outdoor Learning Network

 

Details

Date:
March 25, 2022
Cost:
$40 – $140
Website:
https://earlychildhoodoutdoorlearning.weebly.com/

Venue

Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
Ian Potter Foundation Children's Garden, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne VIC 3004 Australia + Google Map