#Scouting of the future. #OutdoorsLearning and emerging technologies together to educate the #NextGeneration of #Scouts, #youthleaders, #digitalleadersoftomorrow ==> #Repost @scoutsguatemala
#RecordandoEl2017 Hoy recordamos el 1er. Foro Regional Interclanes de la región 2, que se llevó a cabo en el Hipódromo del Norte, zona 2 de Guatemala, el pasado 2 de abril. #ScoutGuatemala #ScoutsGuatemala
#ScoutVolunteers train #Scouts to #BePreparedForEmergencies #OutdoorsLearning for real emergencies. ==> #Repost @worldscouting
When natural disaster struck be it in Mexico, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Ecuador, or the Philippines and humanitarian response was needed, #Scouts were among the #VolunteersActFirst to help the community.
Scouts from BSA Troop 182 in Jacksonville, Florida collected donations for Hurricane Maria’s victims in Puerto Rico. Scouts in Puerto Rico also helped in disaster relief after hurricane destroyed the island.
#ScoutVolunteers teach #Scouts to #BePreparedForEmergencies.
Problem-based learning (PBL) is integrated at Two Rivers Public Charter School in Washington, DC, at every grade level—pre-K through eighth grade. Students are presented with a real-world problem, undertake a series of investigations, and create a product that they present to an authentic audience as part of the Expeditionary Learning (EL) Education framework.
PBL enables the school to reach all learners. “There are multiple entry points,” explains Julia Tomasko, a fourth-grade teacher. “It’s easy to scaffold [PBL] for students who need more support, and the sky’s the limit for extensions.”
Curated by International Business Management students
Because of science literacy, our students are active learners who ask questions. They have a sense of curiosity. They’re able to take that curiosity and go do something with it.
Teachers wanted to collaborate to blend expertise in content, so we developed the science literacy to give teachers time to collaborate with each other and with kids, to identify a problem and go out and figure out how to solve it.
Wilderness Survival Outdoors Course in Monagas, Venezuela is an outdoors course that Prof. Juan Francisco Peraza Marsiglia started 20 years ago. He is a Geologist and Professor of Geology, Universidad de Oriente at Maturin, Monagas, Venezuela.
Campsite was in San Juan de Areo in Monagas, Venezuela and first activity was to set up camp.
Campsite installation. Students put into practice the knowledge acquired in theoretical class about location of spaces for kitchen, washing utensils and water intake, personal hygiene, area for physiological needs and tents
Theoretical-practical training in the development and application of knots.
This Wilderness Survival Outdoors Training continues. More coming soon to Outdoors University. The University is Outdoors. #WildernessSurvival