Join the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP)’s Coffee Talks where experts will discuss the importance of outdoor play and learning, particularly in the pandemic.
HELP Coffee Talks is a virtual series featuring a University of British Columbia HELP faculty member speaking with an expert in the field of child well-being and child development who is also a friend, colleague, or collaborator of HELP. Each 30 minute chat explores – via 3 questions – the latest research and also practical strategies people can use in their daily lives, especially those working with children or who have children themselves.
August 25th at 9AM– A Conversation with Dr. Mariana Brussoni
Dr. Oberle is pleased to welcome friend and colleague Dr. Mariana Brussoni. Together, Eva and Mariana will discuss the state of outdoor play in Canada, with particular attention to the COVID-19 context.
August 27th at 9AM – A Conversation with Megan Zeni
Megan Zeni is a teacher, author and consultant who brings a wealth of experience both teaching outdoors and leading outdoor learning professional development sessions for teachers. Together, Megan and Eva will discuss the role outdoor learning can play in schools and how teachers can start implementing outdoor learning activities in their classrooms this September.
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*Please note, FRP-BC is not associated with this event.