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Friday, September 13 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Nature Journaling for Educators FULL

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A journal is a powerful tool for learning about the natural world. Classroom teachers, informal educators, homeschooling families, and outdoor field instructors can all use the practice of nature journaling to deepen children's ability to observe, wonder, and learn. Through model journaling activities, discussion, and lecture, we will learn how to include nature journaling in your classroom or program. The workshop will include key tricks and tips for engaging and managing students in the outdoors, setting students up for successful journaling experiences, and how to use journaling to meet educational standards and frameworks. Emilie is co-author with John Muir Laws of Opening the World Through Nature Journaling.

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Emilie Lygren

Lawrence Hall of Science
Emilie Lygren is a writer, outdoor educator, and facilitator. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geology-Biology from Brown University and has more than a decade of experience as a writer and as an outdoor science educator. Emilie has developed dozens of publications and curricula... Read More →

Friday September 13, 2019 8:30am - 10:00am PDT
Asilomar Triton Classroom (#4 on event map)
  Classroom, Skills-building
  • Requirements Your sketching kit.
  • Location Key #4 on event map