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Bonus: Summit: Play and Outdoor Learning w/ Abe Moore

Interested in using this opportunity for professional development credit? See our template for administrators. Consider running this event past your administrative team prior to completing.


This discussion will talk about how we can bring about play-based learning in and out of classroom. This conversation will center on experiential learning and student voice, with some credence to how this can integrate to the COVID-19 crisis.


Abe Moore is a primary teacher in Adelaide, Australia, and has worked on brilliant projects, including building an entire play space with his students.


How can we build spaces and co-create curriculum with our students to encourage play, especially in the outdoors?


What activities, games, and/or projects can we undertake with individuals or small groups of students?


What does a play-based outdoor curriculum, classroom, and community look like?


Resources mentioned in this episode can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qgePI6nTaD2ihJdYHCJuhPgsg38q3RD4MhIyRbp1qW4/edit?usp=sharing

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