How can the DLCA be used for education?

Posted on by Lore Gubb

The DLCA helps to inspire people of all ages to learn about their relationship with the local environment. Within formal education, the DLCA has relevance for teaching history, biology and geography by showing how natural and cultural processes have shaped the landscape. Understanding how landscape has been changed by people over time and how it may change in the future provides an engaging tool for teaching citizenship. The DLCA also has a role to play in continuing adult education, providing an accessible way for people to gain an interest in learning about their local landscape.

About Lore Gubb

I work 3 days a week sending Electronic Communications to Schools and updating the Just For Schools website, and 2 days a week I am a support assistant for the Web and Digital Communications Team ,assisting with various content publishing and approving tasks related to the council website. View all posts by Lore Gubb → Bookmark the permalink.