Factors Shaping the Landscape


Exact duration not specified. - 20 tasks in total, divided into stages

Learning objectives:

1. Investigate social and scientific factors influencing landscape formation
2. Develop an understanding of the interconnectedness between human activities and natural landscapes
3. Utilize various tasks to engage in experiential learning
4. Enhance observational and analytical skills
5. Promote collaboration and communication through guided field trips

Description of the learning process and activities:

This project provides a holistic approach to landscape exploration, integrating classroom lessons, guided visits to a visitor centre, and hands-on experiences during a field trip. The collaboration between educational experts, teachers, and park guides contributes to a well-rounded and informative learning experience for the students. The emphasis on drawing and picture analysis encourages creative expression and deeper reflection on the landscape. Tasks 1-7 (School): Teachers provide lessons on specified topics related to landscape factors. Tasks 8-13 (Visitor Centre): Visit to the park's visitor centre where park educators guide students through tasks related to landscape exploration. Tasks 14-18 (Guided Field Trip): A guided field trip within National Park, led by park educators, focusing on hands-on tasks and observations. Tasks 19-20 (Post-Visit at School): Activities at school after the visit, emphasizing drawing and picture analysis.

Other organisations involved:

Nature Park guides for guiding tasks at the visitor centre and the guided field trip.

Resources required:

1. Transportation to National Park.
2. Access to National Park's visitor centre.
3. Educational materials for lessons and tasks.
4. Drawing materials for post-visit activities.

Other remarks:

Activity based on the research published in