At Outward Bound we know, first hand, the deep impact that teachers and educators have on their students.
In our Educator Professional Development Programs, we aim to bring the magic of the Outward Bound teaching and learning strategies to the teachers who are on the front lines in classrooms around the US. We partner with educators from public and independent secondary schools, colleges and universities, and community-serving nonprofits to help amplify students’ life-changing challenge and discovery experiences.
In partnership with NOAM Institute, Outward Bound created the Domains Of Thriving framework to emphasize four Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) growth categories—Courage, Belonging, Reflection and Physical Engagement—that are essential for success. By incorporating this student-centered framework within their existing curricula and classroom management strategies, educators can further enrich their teaching practice.
The Thriving Classroom is a Professional Development Series for Educators facilitated by Hurricane Island Outward Bound School. The experience is delivered via live, interactive online sessions with small six-session series that focus on Creating the Supportive Environment and Engaging the Whole Learner.
Participants will receive a Certificate for Contact Hours (18) upon completion. Limit of 2 participants per school / district.