1. Primary school classroom and outdoor based lessons and exposure to wildlife. Our curriculum is designed to provide multiple learning experiences, including: experiential, place-based learning, visual, auditory, kinesthetic, reading/writing, play-based learning, and classroom learning.
2. Secondary school skills and leadership development.
3. Employment tracks and internships within local wildlife economy.
GCC works with partners to help address Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, ensuring basic needs are met so that Future Rangers can focus on psychological and self-fulfillment needs through our programming.
All of our curriculum and student interactions are tracked through the Future Rangers App, which allows us to track progress and changes in attitudes and perceptions, as well as to conduct assessments that allow us to collect data regarding the program’s effectiveness over time. The Future Rangers App and technology-based education platform also allow the Future Rangers program to be scalable and easily implemented in schools around the world.