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Tue, May 28

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[Outdoor Learning Store Webinar] Using Sit Spots and your Senses to Connect with Nature

Spring Virtual Workshop Series Webinar from our partners at the Outdoor Learning Store; register via their website.

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[Outdoor Learning Store Webinar] Using Sit Spots and your Senses to Connect with Nature
[Outdoor Learning Store Webinar] Using Sit Spots and your Senses to Connect with Nature

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May 28, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Online via Zoom

About This Event

https://outdoorlearningstore.com/workshops/

Using Sit Spots and your Senses to Connect with Nature May, 28th 2024 - 4:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Eastern  (60 Minutes) With Educator, Author and Consultant Lauren MacLean

Join us for an interactive workshop that delves into the world of sit spots and sensory wakeups and their significance in fostering a deeper connection with nature. Designed around the book “Me and My Sit Spot,” this engaging session will equip educators and nature enthusiasts with practical approaches to introduce and incorporate sit spots into their outdoor learning. Through the sit spot routine, we will also investigate how we can develop observational skills, mindfulness, reflection, and overall well-being.  Presenter Lauren MacLean is a elementary school teacher, outdoor learning consultant and accomplished author, with her children's picture books "Me and My Sit Spot", "Me and My Sit Spot for Early Learners" and "Moi et Mon Coin nature Où J’aime M’asseoir", captivating young readers with its enchanting story of how important it is to spend quality time in nature. She serves as the host of the popular Teach Outdoors podcast, where she shares strategies for bringing the classroom into the great outdoors as well as interviews other inspiring educators who are passionate to discuss their outdoor classroom experiences. Lauren's passion for nature exploration shines through, inspiring both children and adults alike to appreciate and learn from the natural world.

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