USD 135 per participant
Bring a friend
USD 210 per two participants
register by April 13, 2022
Middle and High School Teachers
What is Flow Learning?
Initially designed for nature education by Joseph Cornell, the Flow Learning Sequence includes four stages that cumulatively awaken lively interest and heighten receptivity and connection to the material being taught.
In the course of this session you will learn how to bring the elements of Flow Learning into the classroom through the Flow Learning Sequence.
You will also learn about the the latest research on play theory and why it is integral to profound learning.
Strategies for keeping yourself and your teaching inspired will also be covered.
By the end of the workshop...
You will be equipped to plan your lessons using the Flow Learning sequence.
You will also be equipped with the Flow Learning mindset - you will acknowledge the importance of working with the students' energy.
Who will lead this workshop?
Greg Traymar, has been personally trained by Joseph to head Sharing Nature U.S.A. and to share these principles. He is a gifted and inspiring teacher and wins friends wherever he travels.
So far he has led the Sharing Nature workshops in many parts of the United States, as well as Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Romania, South Korea, Sweden and Thailand.
If I cannot make it to the workshop, will you offer a refund?
We can offer a full refund if you inform us at least 10 days before the workshop.
Can I transfer my registration to another person if I cannot make it?
Do you offer Continuing Education Credits?
Will I get a certificate of participation?
Why is there a Professional Learning Community (PLC) Session one week after the interactive presentation session?
Learning is incomplete without implementation and inquiry. The PLC session scheduled a week after the interactive presentation session will give you a window to practice what you have heard from the workshop leader.
During the PLC session you will have the chance to take your learning deeper by asking any implementation questions you may have. Basically a community learning session with the workshop leader.