Nature through the seasons - Educator feedback

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  • Nature Through the seasons strives to be a collaborative learning journey for Wildsight educators, classroom teachers and students. Focusing on nature and seasonal change, the goal is to authentically incorporate place-based outdoor teaching practices throughout the school year. Through the program, we hope to support teachers with 3 facilitated seasonal outdoor sessions, as well as outdoor teaching routines, planning tips, and activity ideas to keep the seasonal learning happening all year, and for teachers to commit to a minimum of taking their students’ learning outside for at least once a month. This has been a pilot year for the program, and we want to appreciate you for taking part! We are very open to feedback so that we can continue to develop this program, and thank you in advance for taking the time to answer these questions:

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