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You don’t need to be an outdoor education expert to teach in the outdoor classroom. These blog posts will help you navigate common barriers to outdoor play and learning in the elementary school context so everyone can engage fully. Find posts here on how to set up your outdoor classroom, recommendations for outdoor teaching resources and gear, and which books might inspire your teaching in nature.
In this transformative session we will explore the pedagogy of play and the global body of research that powerfully influences how decisions are made by adults supervising outdoor play.
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,
Thanks for a great day of being together outdoors! I hope you all have new ideas and thinking about how to plan for and enact
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Music Is Not My Strongest Subject But… Of all the curricular content I teach as an elementary school educator, music is likely my weakest subject area. What I don’t know
Bothwell elementary, SD #36 professional learning webinar September 2, 2021 Thank you to all participants who joined us to discuss how we might re-think where learning happens at school! Blog
Outdoor play and learning: November 19, 2021 Join Megan Zeni for this full day workshop that collectively allows us to rethink where learning happens in our schools. We’ll explore pedagogies
“Play is the work of the child,” wrote Maria Montessori more than 100 years ago. Most everything that a child needs for healthy development – a healthy & strong body,