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Thursday, November 17 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
What do you wonder? Inspiring curiosity through inquiry, free-play, and urban outdoor spaces Still Room!

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Join us in exploring how we can inspire youth curiosity and wonder through inquiry practices, urban outdoor settings, and free-play experiences. We'll experience and analyze inquiry learning as we delve into research, activities, and our local environment. Leave with activities and ideas to try out in your programs, and a deeper understanding of the importance and value of these activities to our young people's social, emotional, and cognitive development.

Workshop Facilitators
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Robyn Burns

Program Director, CitySprouts
Robyn oversees CitySprout’s two unique programs in Cambridge & Boston to engage school communities in garden-based education during the school day and to also provide Middle Schoolers with an OST program rooted in scientific inquiry, engineering practices and understanding food systems. Prior to CitySprouts, Robyn focused her work in the realm of urban food systems, food justice, community engagement, and youth empowerment with The Food Project... Read More →
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Lydia Peabody

Youth Program Director, Science Club for Girls
Teaching science with Peace Corps Namibia helped me understand the value of youth development. Working in youth development and outdoor education reminded me how much I love science. I love working (and playing) in spaces where I can intermingle youth development, adult education and training, and fun science topics!

Thursday November 17, 2016 11:30am - 1:00pm
Cambridge College 3rd floor 1000 Mass Ave Cambridge

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