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Recommend books for teachers to anchor their outdoor learning and inspire their teaching.
Thank you to Rene Gualtieri for contributions to this post! Not A Stick Play Having worked at a nature camp, I am very aware of
The emergent curriculum is a valuable tool for student directed inquiry in any outdoor classroom. I often have specific plans for my students that are
Planting with a theme in mind is a fun and engaging way to begin any garden project with kids. Over the years, I’ve planted several
Thanks to everyone from the The Advanced Learning Academy for such a warm welcome today! What a joy it is to share my love for
Thank you for joining me today for our session exploring how we might transition to teaching outdoors. The following blog posts and resources might be
If you are one of the lucky educators who got a ticket to this year’s Outdoor Learning conference, you are likely still feeling the buzz
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Session Six: September 27, 2022 Thanks to everyone who joined me through this series! What a pleasure it has been to learn alongside you all. I hope we can learn
My most despised chore used to be laundry. Mostly because, with three small kids, it was such a never ending story. The monotony of sorting, washing, folding and getting it
Our first play research group meeting on intersecting and overlapping topics relevant to child well-being was full of informal discussion and brainstorming about the scope of the play research group, possible
This post is one of a series of posts listing resources available to teachers seeking tools for teaching across the curriculum in their school gardens. This post lists some of