Experiential Educators' Network

Imagine getting to be the student for a day and exploring all the wonderful programming you can bring back to school, to enhance your experiential learning programs. Past conference activities in an urban environment have included cooking classes with Syrian refugees. Or, for outdoor education components, educators earn about “forest bathing” or fire building and other “risky play,” opportunities to help reduce kids’ anxiety. Experiential educators make connections with like-minded colleagues, bounce ideas and experience a showcase of program ideas for other member schools.

Experiential Educators have access to a member's only Experiential Educators' Network Hub within CISO Connect, our member community platform.


Experiential Educators Network News

Place-based education differs from classroom-based education in that it understands students' local community as one of the primary resources of learning ... the unique history, environment, culture, economy, literature, and art ... that is, in students' own "place."

Laurie Lane-Zucker, sustainability pioneer

CO-CHAIRS

Emma Totten
Community Service and Global Outreach Coordinator
Royal St. George's College

Julia Hunt
Senior Director, Strategic Innovation
Pickering College

Rob McGuiness
Assistant Head of School, Global Education
Appleby College

Kristen Read
Director of Global Studies
St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School

Tim Rollwagen
Director of Global Learning
Lakefield College School

For additional information, please contact:
 
Sheri Little
Executive Assistant/ Event Manager
slittle@cisontario.ca
647-330-8622
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