Webinar: Children Play and Nature Policy

Webinar: Children Play and Nature Policy

WPA Webinar: Children Play and Nature Policy to Practice

Oct

11

to

Oct

11

Region
Australia
Start
6:00 am
Finish
7:00 am
Contact
Angela Wright
Phone
0408 012 871
Email
angela@natureplayqld.org.au
Web
https://iu.zoom.us/j/180776672

Speakers: Mark Camley, Amanda O’Rourke, Amowi Phillips, Cheryl Charles, Cathy Kiss

Register (CEUs available): http://provalenslearning.com/children-play-and-nature-policy-to-practice

Join URL: https://iu.zoom.us/j/180776672

About the Webinar
The webinar will introduce and launch the new Children Play and Nature Policy developed by World Urban Parks. Three members of the Standing Committee will inspire participants through the sharing of their projects.

Learning Objectives

After attending this webinar participants should be able to:

  • Become familiar with the new Children Play and Nature Policy.
  • Learn about special projects and programs in Ghana from Amowi Phillips, Adjunct Professor at Whitworth University.
  • Learn about projects, research and programs at the Children and Nature Network from Cheryl Charles.
  • Learn about projects and programs in Melbourne, Australia from Cathy Kiss.
  • Know how to apply the Children Play and Nature Policy.

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