Webinar: Thinking Outside: How Nature-based Education Can Help Schools Reopen Safely

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Video Recording
white paper cutout of tree and boy sitting under it reading while sitting on hardwood floor with painted blue background

Hours for Learning Activity:

1 learning hour

Date and Time:

Thursday, August 27, 2020, 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Organization: 

Website:

August 27, 2020, 03:00-4:00 PM ET - RECORDED

Watch a discussion about how community-based environmental and outdoor education programs can help schools reopen safely through innovative partnerships. 

And please check out our eeGuidance content related to this topic: 

Reopening schools will require new or modified procedures for everything from classroom configuration and educational plans to arrival and departure schedules, transportation, and health screenings. Schools will need to attend to more than just physical well-being and academic learning. COVID-19 disruptions are causing a dramatic increase in childhood trauma, creating additional strain on educators and families. Community-based environmental and outdoor education programs can help to address these dire needs and discrepancies through innovative partnerships and educational investments and policies. This guide, developed by NAAEE and members of its Affiliate Network, presents information and strategies for how community-based environmental and outdoor education programs can help schools to equitably reopen during and after the COVID-19 crisis. 

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Contact Email:

anne@naaee.org

Contact Name:

Anne Umali

Comments

The youtube video above only shows the first quarter of the webinar, which is all the introduction. Is there more elsewhere?