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  • 1
    Sagadi 2011
    TheNatureof
    OutdoorEducation
    Asta Tuusti
    RMK Sagadi NatureSchool
  • 2
    Introduction
    Howtobuildunderstandingthat
    humans are part ofnature?
    Howtofosterrespect and caring
    forone’senvironment?
    Howtodevelopanemotional
    connectionwithnature ?
    Kassikakk
    Händkakk
  • 3
    SD
    OutdoorEducationmodel
    Humanhealth
    Environmental
    education
    OE activities
    OE
    Personal and Social
    development
    Higgins, Loynes 1997;
    Szczepanski, Nicole 2005
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  • 4
    Kool - haridus
    Literacyinnaturalsciencesas a goal
    Abilitytouseknowledgefromnaturalsciencesto solve everydayproblems, make and justifygooddecisions.
    _______________________________
    Holbrook, J.; Rannikmäe, M. (2007). Nature of Science Education for Enhancing Scientific Literacy. International Journal of Science Education, 29(11), 1347 - 1362.
    Natural ScienceEducation
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  • 5
    Theconceptofnature
    Nature –
    • materialworld;
    • wholeuniverse;
    • environmentuninfluenced
    byhumanactivity;
    • rawmaterialsforartificial
    environment;
    • researchobjectfor
    naturesciences.
    Orperhaps a foreignforce,
    whichhumans need tobesubdued??
    Wolf’smilk
  • 6
    Nature
    Cuplichen
  • 7
    Nature
    HinoLake
  • 8
    Nature
    Selsimire
  • 9
    Nature
    GreatCrestedNewtlarva
  • 10
    Nature
    EdibleFrog
    Harivesiliku vastne
  • 11
    Nature
    Kingfisher
    European Roller
    Harivesiliku vastne
  • 12
    Nature
    Fircones
    Harivesiliku vastne
  • 13
    Nature
    Harivesiliku vastne
    Karusammal
    Blueberryflowers
  • 14
    Nature?
    Sagadi manor
  • 15
    Loodus?
    Man and Nature
    Ant and Nature?
    Ant’snest
  • 16
    Ecology
    Scientificknowledgeofbiosphere’secological PROCESSES:
    • photosynthesis
    • Ecologicalcycles
    • Soil generation
    Valueing and protectingBiologicalDiversity
    Whereisthe real prototypeof
    naturehiding?
  • Humansshowedup!
    … and changedtheworld.
    Lifebegan3.6-3.8 billionyrsago
    Ifthethelengthoflife on Earth
    Were 1 hour, then
    Precambrium– 53 mins.
    Paleozoic–4 mins.
    MiddleAges–2 mins.
    Cenozoic–1 minut, 15 sek
    Humans, as a specieswouldbe
    0.002 sek
    http://www.ebu.ee/esitlus/Eluareng.ppt
  • 18
    Developedsouthofthe Sahara about 200 000 yrs. ago.
    100 000 yrsagospreadtoAsia, Indonesia and reachedAustralia 60 000 yrsago.
    Secondemigration 60 000 yrsagotoAsia, fromthere
    40 000 yrsagotoEurope and 20 000 yrsagotoAmericas.
    OldestcavepaintingsinAustraliafrom 50 000 yrsago.
    Homo sapiens – wise man
    Cro-Magnon ca. 40 000 yrsago
  • 19
    What’sgoing on?
  • 20
    SustainableDevelopment
    SustainableDevelopment – securing a descentenvironmentfor present and futuregenerations.
    Ecologicalsustainability
    Social-culturalsustainability
    Economicsustainability
  • 21
    OutdoorEducation
    PrinciplesofOutdoorEducation:
    Genuineenvironment
    Learningbydoing
    First-handexperience
    Sharingofexperience
    Mikk Sarv
    place, sense, action, story, essence (iva)
  • The model ofENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION (ESD)
    KNOWLEDGE
    and
    SKILLS
    ACTIVITIES
    choices,decisions
    solutions
    VALUES
    and
    RESPONSIBILITY
    EXPERIENCES
    and
    EMOTIONS
    BEHAVIOUR
  • 23
    Goals
    TheGoalsofenvironmentaleducationcoincidewiththoseofnatureinterpretation:
    Shapingpeoplewho:
    • valuediversityintheenvironment,
    • understandthelinksbetween man and nature,
    • actresponsibly.
  • 24
    Principlesofenvironmentaleducation
    • adventursome
    • experiential
    • activity-based
    • problem-centered
    • values and opinionsbased
    • optimistic/ positive
    • integrated/ whole
    • continuity
    • future-oriented
    Teacher’srole:
    Learningguide, advisor, valuer,
    of activities, motivator, provider
    of choices, mediatorofskills,
    rolemodel, assessor.
  • 25
    The aim ofgames
    Games:
    • Helpcreatemental and emotionalharmonywiththesurroundingnature;
    • Giveanunderstandingofnaturalprocessesinanadventurous and experientialway;
    • Developsensitivitythroughdirectsenseexperience;
    • Shapeattitudes and valuesthroughpositiveemotions.
    ___________________________________________
    (Cornell, J. SharingNaturewithChildren, 1979)
  • 26
    Summary
    Wehavenotinheritedthe
    Earthfromourparents, but
    haveborroweditfromour
    children.
  • 27
    Thankyou! !
    Summary