Educator Seminar: "Outdoor Environments: A place for inquiry, exploration, discovery and collaboration"
860 ESCODIDO RD.
STANFORD, CA 94305
The outdoor environment, when thoughtfully designed and realized, attracts children’s attention as a place for inquiry, exploration, discovery and collaboration. This presentation takes participants back to the early 1960s to learn about founding director Edith Dowley’s vision of developing the outdoor space as an important part of the learning environment. Connecting between the past and present through three current stories, told via video and slides, the presentation highlights meaningful learning that continues to take place in the yards.
OPEN TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS.
COST: $35. Limited to 40 participants. (Max 4 participants per transaction) No Refunds.
Registration opens Thursday, February 6th at 4pm. Register Here
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