A presentation given by the ENFOR Outdoor Learning Project Officer at the OWL Scotland national network event February 2017, exploring what progression in outdoor learning might mean in terms of curriculum, time, and place.
This resource supports teachers to identify, plan and apply learning in the outdoor context. It also sign posts practitioners to appropriate further professional development and support.
A panel of teachers and practitioners answer the questions you may have about using outdoor learning as a context for learning in your establishment. NB: You will need a Glow login to access the Watch Again recordings.
What do people do as part of their John Muir Award, and why do they use it? Responses to those questions were captured in an illustration by Tom Morgan-Jones. It’s free to download via the link below. Print it, share it, put it to good use - tell the JMA…
This resource combines geography and history and helps children and young people to make connections with their local environment. There are learner journeys for early to fourth level.This is aimed at practitioners working with children across the broad general education years, from early to fourth levels