'Adventure Learning' seminar set March 28
Feb. 20, 2009
LANCASTER – The Center for Innovative Teaching Excellence at the Lancaster Campus of HACC is hosting an “Adventure Learning” seminar from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, March 28.
The seminar, which is designed for high school, college and adult level learners, will be led by Donna Heddins, facilitator, Michigan Experiential Education Program and former instructor at Base Camp Challenge. Local educators who participate in the innovative and exciting course will receive ACT 48 credit.
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided at a cost of $12 per person, payable in advance to Eleanor Bosserman, Director, Business and Administrative Services, Room 327 Main, HACC Lancaster, 1641 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster, PA 17602.
Registration is required; the deadline to register is March 14. Click here.
Adventure Learning offers experiential learning that assists educators with increasing their physical connections to the learning process and their incorporation of the outside world into their teaching practices. Participants will focus on skills applications for higher level learning through ice breakers, physical games incorporating curriculum, team-building exercises, and physical problem-solving.
This program aims to increase confidence and self-esteem in learning, to bring creativity to curriculum, to develop problem-solving and leadership among students and faculty, to foster appreciation and respect for diversity, and incorporate more of the senses and physical aspects in learning.
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