Megan Zeni is a teacher in nature and a tireless outdoor play advocate.
She is a whole systems thinker who offers mentorship and leadership with pedagogical applications of outdoor play and learning in the elementary school context. Megan also offers professional learning for educators who locate their curriculum in school gardens and outdoor classrooms.
Play Advocate, Play Researcher, Play Practitioner
I’m a vocal advocate for unstructured nature play in our schools and an experienced practitioner of loose parts play outdoors.
I have over 25 years experience teaching in public elementary schools. I currently teach outdoors (part time) at my children’s local K-7 public school and piloted a re-think of how we allocate prep time in our school.
I am a qualified master gardener and believe just about anything in our K-7 curriculum can be taught in a school garden. Let me show you how!
I am concurrently working towards a PhD at UBC in the faculty of education in curriculum and pedagogy. Follow along on my journey by signing up for my newsletter or following me on social media at @roomtoplay.
Room to Play Consulting
Megan offers workshops, teacher professional development, and district consulting on school gardens, outdoor classrooms and pedagogies of play in the elementary school context. She is an experienced keynote speaker and research collaborator.