Check in - week 5

Looking forward to the live sessions later

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Hello all,

I am looking forward to seeing you in the live sessions today. There was a lot of stuff to do in the pre-recorded videos this week, so hope it has all been ok. 


Does anyone think they might start using the trackers or any other PMWC documents? Or perhaps you have a different tool that you like that you could share with the group? One tool I’ve just started using on a personal level for planning life and work is bullet journaling. I was a bit sceptical at first, as when I was researching it there were lots of instagram images of pretty looking notebooks with beautiful doodles, and that just wasn’t going to be me! But I brought myself a yellow notebook and some colourful pens, and I have to say, it has succeeded my expectations. I really enjoy the physical act of writing rather than relying on the computer so much. More info here: Has anyone else tried bullet journaling or got any other tools they would recommend that they use to keep themselves organised?


In this week’s live session we will be doing a team photo! This is something we always do in class-based training workshops, so we wanted to see if we could replicate if for the online training workshops. To do the “team photo” we will take a screenshot of the zoom call. If you would rather not be in the photo then you are very welcome to turn off your camera momentarily.

Hope your weeks are going well.

Beth  🦆🐝🦋🐌🐞

Beth Robinson

WildLearning Specialist, WildTeam

I'm a WildLearning Specialist with WildTeam, a bit of a odd job title. My main role is to design, deliver and organise both our online and class-based training workshops. One of the best parts of my job is meeting other conservationists and learning about the work that they do. I really enjoy geeking out reading teaching theory and thinking about ways I can more creatively and engagingly deliver learning. Before working for WildTeam I did a PhD in invasive plants and human wildlife interactions. I find it really interesting to learn about the ways people interact with nature, both when nature is being wonderful, but also when is is being a bit annoying!
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