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Advanced Permaculture Course in Teaching by Jude Hobbs in Oregon, Aug 1-7

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17th Annual Advanced Permaculture Course in Teaching at Wilson Creek Gardens, Cottage Grove, Oregon. Taught by Jude Hobbs. August 1 – 7.

Course Topics Include:
Philosophy and Ethics of Instruction • Pedagogy, Teaching Systems, Principles and Patterns • Adult Learning Styles • Curriculum and Lesson Plan Building • Presenting • Facilitator Roles • Utilizing Media and Activities • Co-Instructing • Time Management • Planning, Marketing, and Budgets • Venue Logistics • Interns and Apprentices • Evaluations and Feedback • Tips from the Trade • Keeping Up The Spirit • Self-care • Right Livelihood •Extensive Resources and More

A core part of Jude’s work is inspiring and training the next generation of Permaculture advocates. This is a Certificate Course offered by the Cascadia Permaculture Institute with Permaculture Institute of North America.

Prerequisite: Permaculture Design Course Certificate or instructor’s approval.

Enrollment: limited to 15 participants

Cost: $950.00 Includes course materials, camping & 3 deliciously local meals a day

Register at http://cascadiapermaculture.com/advanced-trainings/current-trainings/
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