Webinars

The following webinars can be accessed by clicking on the link.

Date/Time Title What’s it about? Presenter Link
20-Nov MRC/CSO Public Health Unit Presentations from a number of researchers on impact of physical activity on health.  Natalie White will be presenting on ‘Using Orienteering to increase physical activity in pupils’. Natalie White https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/outdoor-learning-and-play-virtual-round-table-discussion-tickets-127719389131

 

24-Nov

4-4:45pm

Outdoor Learning through Expressive Arts Dance and drama share many connections in terms of movement, character and storytelling, which can take place outdoors. The Creative Minds team have years of experience in supporting non-specialist staff to unpack the expressive arts Es and Os. Our session will explore some ideas we can discuss with a view to producing more detailed support materials and video tutorials. Joe Gallagher, Zara Smith, Natalie White Google meet
30-Nov

4-4:45pm

Teaching Learning Outdoors (TLO) Support Have you completed the Teaching Learning Outdoors course on the Education Scotland Professional Learning and Leadership platform? Do you want support to look at your practice from a local context? Come along to this drop in session for tailored support for you in your school setting. Natalie White Google Meet
1/Dec

4-4:45pm

Digital Technology in the Outdoors How can we use digital technology to enhance outdoor learning? Techniques, applications and methods which can be used for developing knowledge and understanding, skills and as an assessment tool. Natalie White Google Meet
8-Dec

4-4:45pm

STEM by Nature STEM By Nature and Climate Change, Part One – This is run over two sessions both lasting 45 mins and explores what is meant by STEM by Nature and how STEM skills can be applied in relation to climate change and climate action. Lorna Sloan Google Meet
15-Dec

4-4:45pm

STEM by Nature STEM By Nature and Climate Change, Part Two – This is run over two sessions both lasting 45 mins and explores what is meant by STEM by Nature and how STEM skills can be applied in relation to climate change and climate action. Lorna Sloan Google Meet


Eco Schools Scotland
are running 4 webinars hosted by LOST. These are open to any staff in establishments in the SWEIC – East Ayrshire, South Ayrshire, North Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway. Partner organisations are also leading webinars. Click on the links for further details.

Wednesday 9th December 4pm-6pm Introduction and refresh of the Eco Schools Programme
Wednesday 3rd February 2021 4-5.30pm Drafting the action plan
Wednesday 21st April 2021 4-5pm Question and Answers Surgery – possible focus on one Topic
Wednesday 12th May 2021 4-5.30pm Monitoring, Surveying and Evaluation

Early Level Network monthly webinars – For more information join the Teams page

WOSDEC – LfS and Global Citizenship 

PISA survey results* demonstrate how pupils in Scotland are scoring higher than average on Global Competence.  Only Singapore and Canada are ahead of us! Together we continue to build a workforce of teachers committed to Learning for Sustainability:

Secondary teachers

Primary and Secondary teachers

Are you interested in bringing together like-minded educators to collaborate locally and globally on the big issues that shape our world?

Or perhaps you’re already leading a Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL) cluster?

If so, these monthly Get-Togethers are for you!

See below for details of our Get-Togethers between now and March 2021.

They are all held on Thursdays from 16.00 – 17.00.

Sign up to book your place at the Get-Togethers of your choice. You can attend as many or as few as you want.

We’ll send you a link to join each session and more information nearer the time. We’ll be using Microsoft Teams.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at connectingclassrooms@lfsscotland.org  if you need any more information, or check out our website.

Warmest wishes,

The Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (Scotland) Team

 

Session #2 03rd December: Building your cluster https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/129465836803
Session #3 14th January:     Building your collaborative project https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/129466552945
Session #4 04th February:   Applying for funding https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/129466847827
Session #5 04th March:       Supporting your journey: our professional learning https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/129467228967

John Muir Award

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

Education Scotland Professional Learning  (OL specific ones – scroll through to find)

Click here for previous webinar recordings

East Ayrshire Council Site

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