Date(s) - July 15, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This Week’s Theme: Natural Disasters
Program Description: An open-ended theme will invite youth to actively experience the process of expanding our world through wormholing into shared curiosities. During introductions, participants will be encouraged to share 1 question and 1 fact in relation to the theme. Participants will draw connections between shared interests, source knowledge communally, and narrow down research topics, before searching the web together through a “shared screen.” The facilitator will source engaging, educational media on the topics, which will be watched together as a group, discussed, and/or have the chance to participate in a theme-related activity. (The structure is flexible and malleable by group interest.)
As education access is a priority for H.A.F., this is a free, donation-based program. If you are able to contribute at this time, the suggested donation is $5. At this time, please direct your donations to the Don’t Shoot PDX, or another organization in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
About the Facilitator: Junø Chimera (he/they) isthe Equity Nature Educator at Hoyt Arboretum Friends, serving through AmeriCorps and Confluence Environmental. Junø has been teaching nature education on and off for the last five years in the PNW and Maryland; their approach is unique in that, more than “teaching,” they are interested in facilitating emergent learning experiences: learning that happens organically from genuine curiosity about the world.
Bookings are closed for this event.