Sustainability Educator’s Master Class
Date(s) - May 10, 2017 - May 12, 2017
Time - All Day
This is a third-party event not organised by Permablitz. We've added it because we reckon it looks pretty good!
Location - CERES Community Environment Park
Join two of Australia’s leading environmental educators, Hannah Moloney and Kat Lavers, for three days of action-based learning in how to design and deliver educational programs that create real change!
This master class is designed to build the skills and confidence of anyone working with groups in the realms of sustainability, permaculture and environmental adult education. You’ll learn how to design and deliver effective, fun and meaningful classes that inspire action!
This is not a ‘sit back and listen’ course. You’ll practice teaching skills every day in a safe, supportive and fun learning environment, and receive personalised constructive feedback to ensure you leave with skills applicable to the real world. The program will cover:
* Principles of adult learning and teaching ethics,
* Developing learning goals and session plans,
* How and when to use different teaching methods,
* Tailoring content and style to your learners,
* Effective and engaging use of Powerpoint (it’s possible!),
* Managing challenging participants and classroom situations, and
* So much more!
Register at www.goodlifepermaculture.com.au / 0418 307 294
“Hannah’s infectious enthusiasm and deft application of a suite of educational, group facilitation, and individual reflection techniques rapidly builds and nurtures a trusting team environment, keeps students actively engaged, draws out and shares the group’s diverse knowledge, ensures no one is left behind, and embeds lessons deep in student’s minds.” Todd Houstein, CEO Sustainable Living Tasmania.
“Kat is a talented, bright and connected facilitator. She brings a balance of preparation and openness to her work – and draws on years of practical experience in environmental sustainability. I’m happy to recommend her work, and often do.” Matt Wicking, Centre for Sustainability Leadership.