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Through interacting with nature you will better understand your own strengths and challenge areas while your peers, children, colleagues, and students learn to Discover their own “learning landscape”.

The theory of multiple intelligences was developed in 1983 by Dr. Howard Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University. In order to capture the full range of abilities and talents that people possess, Gardner theorizes that people do not have just one intellectual capacity, but have many kinds of intelligence, including musical, interpersonal, spatial-visual, and linguistic intelligences. This approach continues to be applied through modern education and business leadership trainings because it delivers. Applied to activities in Nature this tool can accelerate self confidence, mindfulness, and fuel the desire to learn.

Topics Covered:

Inventory of Intelligences Used and Used by You

Strategies for Developing Latent Intelligences

Activity Design Utilizing Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Intellegences

Planning Backwards; Adventure Designing For How You or Your Student Engages Their World


Be prepared to engage in outdoor experiences that bridges the gap between professional rigor and effective practice.

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Workshop Cost: $35

Limit: 12 Students

Deposits transferable but non-refundable

Minimum Age: 15 years old

Limit: 12 Students

For questions or more details contact the school via e-mail at “staff@primitiveskills.com”