Aimed at Early Learning Educators this session will explore what nature-based STEM inquiry looks like for early learners. Attendees will take away practical and inspiring ideas to engage children in deep and meaningful connections with their natural world.


This STEM inspired workshop will explore practical ways that nature-based learning environments encourage young children to investigate, create, inquire, observe relationships, make predictions and problem solve.


The practical and hands on outdoor workshop will give educators the opportunity to:


  • Apply critical and creative thinking skills
  • Promote, capture and further explore children’s natural curiosity about the world and their place within it
  • Explore ways to incorporate routines and resources to promote STEM-rich learning environments
  • Design programs to embed STEM skills and thinking into everyday learning
  • Review current and leading STEM and Nature Play research and resources including NPSA’s ‘Learning Outdoors Benefits / Risk’ resource


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This one-day professional learning event will explore contemporary and innovative approaches to teaching and learning using outdoor learning environments.


A series of small workshops will focus on;


  • Embedding the (ACARA) Outdoor Learning Curriculum Connection
  • Exploring all 3 dimensions of the Australian Curriculum through outdoor inquiry
  • Sustaining engagement through language and literacy in the outdoors
  • Creative approaches to maths – bringing concepts to life
  • Creating magical spaces for creativity and imagination
  • The potential for differentiation in the great outdoors
  • Loose parts play and more.


2022 – Session Details Coming SOON

This one-day workshop will provide teachers, leaders and educators with ideas, inspiration and knowledge to value add to any outdoor learning or nature play experience.


Join us to lead with confidence in outdoor environments and develop a dynamic approach to teaching within all three dimensions of the Australian Curriculum.

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