Sensing the World Around Us
Can we go on a nature walk or on a safari while we are in 'lockdown'? With a bit of imagination and our five senses let's see if we can make this possible.
29 June 2020
4:00 - 5:00pm
Fee (₹, incl taxes)
About the Course
Can we go on a nature walk or on a safari while we are in 'lockdown'? With a bit of imagination and our five senses let's see if we can make this possible. Apart from our imagination and senses we may need a window to look out from (a balcony, terrace or a garden would be a bonus!), a notepad and pencil/pen/sketchpens and possibly some old plastic containers or any unused container. It is fascinating to see how we let the world go by as we get on with being busy: there is a world of insects, plants, birds, animals and people around us that we can discover. So let's embark on this safari and find out more.
Learn more about our expert course facilitator, Radha Gopalan, here.
About our Facilitator:
Radha is senior mentor and course designer at GenWise.
Her view of the world is one of hidden connections and she believes that a significant part of learning is to unearth these connections. She is an environmental scientist by training, with a deep interest in exploring and practicing "transformative education for sustainable living". Towards this effort she is engaging actively with rural and urban communities to further the idea of food sovereignty.
After 18 years as a global environmental consultant, Radha also wore the teacher's hat for several years at the Rishi Valley School, teaching Environmental Sustainability. She is a Visiting Faculty at the School of Development, Azim Premji University, Bengaluru and engages actively in popular education efforts around sustainability.
Radha has a bachelor's degree in Genetics from the Madras University, a Master's from Osmania University, and a Ph.D from IIT Bombay in Environmental Science.