Spring Offerings for Teachers and Schools!
FIELD INSTITUTE OF TAOS SPRING 2021 SCHOOL OFFERINGS
After nearly a year of successfully adapting our programs to pandemic safety protocols and listening to the needs and wants of our schools and community, we are offering creative solutions to school and community needs amidst Covid-19 and beyond.
Virtual Field Trips– Give students the experience of exploring a local trail or topics in ecology in an engaging format from home.
Playground or Off-Campus Field Trips– In-person, small group options to engage in fun, learning, STEM exploration, and Social and Emotional Learning (available when allowed by State of NM).
S.T.E.A.M. Lessons from Nature– Our facilitator can meet your students in your online classroom to guide them through meaningful, hands-on learning from home.
Nature Club at Home– Set up weekly meetings with your students to meet social and physical needs with at-home explorations and group sharing.
Teacher Professional Development– Our professional informal educators apply FIT’s outside-the-box approach to our current situation. Learn how to engage students safely, develop practical strategies for teaching in an outdoor classroom, and learn how to inform about Covid-safe practices.
One-on-One Consultation with teachers on subjects including: environmental science, STEM, teambuilding, and PE. Our staff will share ideas, resources, lesson plans & help problem solve.
School-wide Outdoor Education Consultant– Partner with FIT to develop and execute a plan for each grade to get every student engaged in active, hands-on, learning outdoors integrating SEL.
All options can be aligned with Common Core State Standards and NM STEM Ready! Science Standards.
Field Institute of Taos uses proven strategies from outdoor education that meet student’s needs, address topics requested by teachers, and keep teachers safe.
INSTEAD OF GOING “BACK” TO SCHOOL, LET’S THINK ABOUT GOING FORWARD TO SCHOOL WITH NEW IDEAS AND PERSPECTIVES!
“When we support kids in daily experiences outdoors…kids are healthier and gain the knowledge, skills, and curiosity to innovate social and environmental problems.” – Eileen Everett, director at Environmental Education of NM
For info and pricing, please contact Cass Landrum – Community Programs Coordinator – 505-261-5050 email@example.com