Risky Play: Trusting Children’s Capabilities
Date(s) - Sep 21, 2022
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tri-Cities CCRR, Via Zoom
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In this workshop, we will discuss the definition, history, benefits and categories of risky play, the RISK Triangle (a concept developed by Jarrett Krentzel), how to utilize different types of outdoor spaces for risky play (which include site, risk and hazard assessments), the requirement for safe and comfortable risky play and how to work within the requirements and regulations of licensing in regards to risky play. The goal of this workshop is to bring awareness about the joyful outcomes of risky play, which will in turn change our association and relationship with this type of necessary play!
- Child Growth and Development
- Child Health and Wellbeing
- Curriculum/Program Development
- Early Care and Education
- Service System: CCRR
Suitable for all early learning professionals and parents.
Professional Development Certificate
Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours
Registration Contact Email
Registration Contact Phone Number
604-931-3400 ext. 0
Jarrett Krentzel is the Founder/Director of Hand-In-Hand Nature Education Inc. (HIH), an outdoor educational program located in the Comox Valley and Campbell River designed to offer a unique childhood learning experience for children 2 – 17 years old. Jarrett has over 20 years of experience teaching outdoor learning and nature/environmental education from preschools to universities in British Columbia, Yukon, New York, Oregon and California. He is a member of the BC Nature’s Education Committee, Outdoor Early Learning Association of BC, Physical Literacy for Communities, Comox Valley Nature Educators, Cumberland’s Ecology of the Forest Committee and Acorn Collective. Jarrett is the co-founder of Cascadian Crusaders, co-author/publisher of a children’s illustrated environmental superhero book called?The Great Plastic Round-up, former Vice President of the Comox Valley Naturalists Society and former co-leader of NatureKids BC. With Jarrett’s belief that nature is our ultimate teacher and we are nature’s ultimate students, his mission with HIH is to create a safe and comfortable natural learning environment so that children can develop a strong educational foundation where they can?play, learn, and connect in nature!