During this day we will focus on developing our reviewing and reflective practice, looking at each area and recognising how they underpin Forest Schools practice towards the development of character and connection, both to nature and to one another.
There are no confirmed dates for this course, if you would like to be added to our interest list please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who is the course for?
This course is for anyone beginning or already engaged in nature-based practice that seeks to develop their practice as well as their sense of purpose in understanding and connecting with nature.
You will learn
↟ Understand ethnographic observations
↟ Recognise how to create good quality observations
↟ Exploring transformative learning and ecological identity through ethnography
↟ Recognising how communities’ benefit from ethnography
Using our approach of transformative learning, this course is much more than a way to learn new skills or knowledge. Through inviting you to explore new crafts we will guide you through a meaningful experience full of reflection as well as the community learning new perspectives and insights into the opportunities for personal growth.
This course can count towards your CPD requirements. If required, you may receive a certificate upon completion.
Birches Valley Forestry Commission
Rugeley, Cannock Chase
Staffordshire, WS15 2UQ