Just had a great week in Estonia working with teachers at the University and College on outdoor learning. We were delighted by the response and welcome we received by all and hope to continue this partnership for years to come. Both Tallinn and Rakvere are beautiful places and we so enjoy visiting…Thanks to Reeda, Katrin, Lehte, Tiimo, and Gert for all their help. Hope to see you soon – photos to follow!
July is time for us to ‘regroup’ and get ready for a hectic Aug -Nov, though we do have Open Golds/Gold Residentials to run/plan amongst this!
From mid Aug though its FULL ON with Gold Residential, Open Gold, inservice course for educators in Spain on ‘reflective leadership’ , then work for Tallinn Uni, Rakvere teacher training – Estonia on ‘outdoor learning’, inservice course in Italy (outdoor learning) and presenting at a conference on ‘good practice by course providers for courses in EU’ in Turkey straight after. SO enjoying what/if/any free time we have!
Good summer everyone reading this!
As we thought, flights cancelled so rescheduling of training days at Tallinn University. However our flight to Denmark for conference is from Tallinn so trying to rebook or we’ll lose that flight too!
Who would have bargained for a volcano?????
Next week sees the start of a busy summer season – D of E work at Dornoch, BSES talks in Moray and supervising/assessing two expeditions.
All before we get to Estonia where we are working at Tallinn University for a week with students on ‘outdoor learning’. Thankfully that is followed by the EEE conference in Denmark – great to catch up with the EEE crowd again and hopefully pick up some new ideas too!
Thereafter, one expedition after the other….until….Italian course!
No formal appointments until April 12th, but very busy preparing materials on outdoor learning for Tallinn University conference and seminars. Not enough hours in the day!
As of April D of E kicks off big style with around 100 young people to get out on expeditions, from Bronze to Gold level.
Working with the teachers of Kolga Secondary School, Estonia – taking learning outdoors