NameEmailWhat are your general impressions of the Classroom with Outdoors program this year? Is it still a powerful, relevant and important environmental education opportunity for the students of our region?Any anecdotal comments from teachers that you would like to share about program curriculum, booking procedures, waivers and paperwork, free busing, relevance to science learning outcomes, etc.?How do you find the programs are meeting new curriculum mandates, supporting teachers in delivering place-based, inquiry-focused, student-centered learning?Are we missing any important themes or ideas in Environmental Education (EE) that could be incorporated into our field trip programs? Are there any activities, themes, etc. that you feel need to be changed for next season (activities that just didn’t work, or were not engaging enough, or not age-appropriate, etc.) or absolute ‘must do’s’ for next year?Did you experience any confusion, on the part of teachers, between Wild Voices for Kids and Wildsight programs, in terms of booking, differentiating between the two, etc.?Please share any other comments you have on program coordination, booking, office support, funding, and program delivery. This will be used to make decisions about the future of the program, as well as to report to funders.Please comment on the training we had in Fairmont/Invermere for Classroom with Outdoors. What was the most beneficial aspect of the training gathering? What would you eliminate or change and why? For future trainings, what kinds of sessions/topics/activities would be the most useful/inspiring for you to increase your effectiveness in delivering the programs as well as professional development?Thanks for your passion, your professionalism, and your amazing ideas and energy!!