Risky Learning: the Significance of Practical Wisdom in Outdoor Learning

Practical wisdom is positioned as dynamic decision making developed through practice. Through reflection and dialogue, participants are asked to recall earned practical wisdom from their own learning experiences and how they may invite their learners, through experiential relationships in local outdoor contexts, into dynamic decision making.

Sessions

11:30 AM - 12:15 PM

This session is full.


Presenter

  • UBC Faculty of Education - School District 38 (Richmond)
    Megan Zeni

    Megan Zeni is a practicing teacher in an outdoor classroom and a PhD student in the Faculty of Education at UBC. She is an advocate for playful learning outdoors in the school context.

  • UBC Faculty of Education
    Hartley Banack

    Dr. Hartley Banack is a lecturer of Outdoor Environmental Education with the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, also at UBC. Dr. Banack supports pre and in-service teachers in the areas of physical education, outdoor education, and science education.