Developing Outdoor Learning in Teacher and Pedagogue Training in Denmark
  • Room 210, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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Plymouth Institute of Education is delighted to welcome three European experts in outdoor learning to the University to talk about their work.

  • Lis Reinholdt Kjeldsen is a Senior Lecturer from VIA Campus Horsens Pedagogical work, Program for Outdoor Learning (Via Out) and Coordinator for Outdoor Learning on Campus Horsens in VIA, Denmark. Lis's interests are the international project on outdoor learning for integration though nature and cultural encounters, teaching nature, outdoor life and pedagogy.
  • Karen Møller-Jensen is a Senior Lecturer from VIA Campus Holstebro, Denmark. Karen leads on pedagogical work, the Program for Outdoor Learning (VIA Out), a project on gardening with disabled people, gardening as a pedagogical tool and school gardens. Her research interest include teaching nature and outdoor life, Interprofessional teaching and co-creation.
  • Marianne Axelsen is a Senior Lecturer from Campus Aarhus. Marianne's interest are teacher education, the Program for Outdoor Learning (VIA Out) and a project on history through cooperation with museums.

All three guests will be presenting their own work - come and find out more about outdoor learning in Denmark.

This free seminar is aimed at Education and Environmental Science staff, and student teachers. It is also open to all those with an interest in education, sustainable development and the role the outdoors can play in mental wellbeing.

No booking is necessary to attend. 

Contact ian.blackwell@plymouth.ac.uk for more information.

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