We understand the educational benefits of taking K-12 students outdoors for real-world learning experiences.
At Mary Baldwin University, we teach educators how use the environment to engage students in their education with hands-on learning experiences. Our courses provide teachers with the skills and knowledge needed to develop and implement an EBL curriculum in their own classrooms.
EBL courses are offered for one-week summer sessions and during spring and fall semesters (online and on-site). Available classes include:
- ED 616 Nature Journaling across the Curriculum
- ED 617 Math in the Garden
- ED 618 Natural Research: Plant and Animal Studies in the Outdoors
- ED 619 Trout in the Classroom
- ED 620 The Outdoor Classroom: EBL Program
- ED 621 Storytelling: A Pathway to Curriculum Integration
- ED 626 Chesapeake Classrooms
- ED 628 Reading on the River
- ED 629 The Trail to Every Classroom
- IN 605 Inquiry in the Natural Sciences
- IN 626 Environment-Based Learning
- IN 634 The Intersection of Life and Land: Issue Driven Investigations
Learn to engage K-12 students in real and relevant inquiry-based learning.