AA: What kind of tourist are you?22 nov. 2021
Nature-based learning is 'out-of-school' learning, the aim of which is to enhance the curriculum, enhance the acquired knowledge and support the experiential form of learning.
Our 4th grade pupils left the classroom and went for a walk in the nature. One of the project activities was to teach pupils how to behave in nature and be a smart tourist. Pupils liked the activity a lot and they learned new things. From methodological point of view learning in nature has several advantages:
There is a link between good quality learning in nature and leading the teaching process in the classroom. The activities in nature can be integrated into various areas of the curriculum of several subjects - geography, biology, civics, informatics or the Slovak language. We believe that education outside classroom becomes more fun and meaningful for students and that pupil know now what is it like to be a good tourist.