Hands On Learning (HoL) is an innovative education program that caters to the different ways young people learn.
ECOSS artisan-teachers work collaboratively with small groups of cross-age students on authentic building projects that provide a platform for students to engage, grow confidence and achieve success at school.
HoL fosters strong, long term relationships that help young people develop the skills and abilities they need to succeed in work and life like collaboration, problem solving, communication, resilience and empathy.
HOW IT WORKS
one day, every week
Ten students, two artisan-teachers, one day at ECOSS every week
Students from different year levels are referred by wellbeing staff, year level co-ordinators and school leadership teams.
ECOSS provides HoL artisan-teachers, while the Save the Children Australia HoL team provides support through quality assurance and ongoing training and development.
$700 per day, 10 students maximum. This includes 2 x ECOSS Artisan staff, materials, catered lunch.
ECOSS Artisan staff will custom design projects to suit the abilites of your students, in consultation with your school, to match the master plan of ECOSS.
Term committment essential.
Email: Chelsea McNab, ECOSS Executive Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to get your school involved.