Join our module, if you want to establish learning environments based on natural science in an outdoor context for children, youth or adults.
Students from areas of study such as Social Education, Teacher Education, or Physical Education are the target group.
Applying students will be enrolled in an existing course taught primarily in Danish, however students are provided with English support throughout the coursework.
The module is of interest to students who want to establish learning environments based on natural science in an outdoor context for children, youth or adults.
These learning environments emphasize experiences and understandings of nature and natural phenomena.
The purpose of the module is that the student has knowledge about:
It is also the purpose that the students is capable of:
Teaching will primarily occur in Danish, though English-speaking “study buddies” will be assigned and will support the exchange students.
All counselling is in oral and written English. Active participation is required of all students. Thus, instruction will vary between being teacher initiated and conducted, as well as student initiated and conducted. Most teaching is outside.
Practice placement will be in a Danish- speaking environment where children of this age group usually do not speak English.
In order to complete the module and obtain a certificate, the student has to:
Students must be aware that:
Not applicable for EU/EEA-students and exchange students from partner institutions, all other students must pay. In this case, please send an e-mail to email@example.com to learn more.
Approx. 30 hours per week in a four week period.
Introduction Workshop at NBA Campus on Monday, 4. May 2020.
Practice placements will start on Tuesday 5. May 5 and end on Friday 29. May 2020.
The examination form is an individual portfolio.
Students will receive the grade of pass/fail upon completion.