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Our 1-day Summit on Connecting to Nature in an Urban World, April 19, features a morning plenary and roundtable sessions followed by interactive workshops and walkshops in the afternoon. Building on the Summit is our Conference, April 20-21, featuring keynotes speakers, hands-on workshops and networking opportunities.

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Friday, April 21 • 9:45am - 11:45am
Walkshop: Risky Play: Part 2 FULL
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Part Two: Friday [Prerequisite Wednesday workshop]
This workshop is designed as an exploration of the tools and practical resources needed to support children to safely navigating risk in their outdoor play. We will use the ‘Risk Benefit Assessment Framework” being used by Forest School Canada, a program of the Child and Nature Alliance. Practical suggestions and stories will be used to enhance participants understanding of HOW we begin to accept and support risk in children’s play, while still maintaining our ‘duty of care’. This workshop is ideal for nature-based educators, early childhood educators, professionals in the recreation and camping sector, community developers, parents, playworkers and grandparents.

Max Capacity: 30

Speakers
avatar for Marlene Power

Marlene Power

Executive Director, Child and Nature Alliance of Canada
Marlene Power founded the Carp Ridge Forest Preschool, Canada’s first outdoor, nature-based Forest Preschool, and created Forest School Canada, a national initiative to promote nature-based education through Forest School training, policy and research. Marlene first developed Forest School Canada as an initiative under the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada (CNAC). In December 2014 she was appointed Executive Director of the CNAC and she continues to lead Forest School Canada as a key program of CNAC. She also runs the Ottawa Forest and Nature School, the headquarters for CNAC, delivering Forest School programs to the Ottawa Carleton District School Board as well as the community. | Marlene studied at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Dalhousie University, and is currently pursuing her... Read More →


Friday April 21, 2017 9:45am - 11:45am
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Attendees (30)