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Statistically, you are more likely to be injured driving to the rock climbing event that in the act of climbing itself. In this workshop, we will share through experience and process, how to:

Define Real and Perceived Risk in your interactions with the natural world.

Use Indicators and Strategies for Risk Management on an emotional and cognitive level.

Recognize the “edge” of comfort in your charges to prevent harm and increase learning.

Examine and Incorporate responsible strategies for risk taking as an “engagement tool” for learning.

How to read experiences and more accurately assess student engagement and learning as the learning in nature unfolds.

How to determine all involved are working their “edge” toward learning, growth, and health.

Maintain the right balance and flow between creative process and lesson plans in outdoor settings.

How to cultivate “challenge” and “failure” into “resolve and wisdom” rather than “defeat and victim-hood.”

We will warm up around the wood stove to process each event between experiences, but be prepared for the weather so you can have fun!

Workshop Cost: $40

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”