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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.
Formal outdoor education programs are very different than outdoor classrooms. That said, teaching outdoors still requires some planning and preparation, particularly if you are going
Math is all around us in nature, and patterning can be a great entry point for students to engage in mathematical thinking and learning while
Bring your long range plans and your curiosity to this action packed workshop! Learn how the big ideas of our BC curriculum can be effectively explored outdoors in a meaningful context for scientific inquiry.
If you’ve ever wondered what the secret sauce is for parenting high performing and likeable kids, you might want to learn more about the science of
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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.
“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,
April first is known as April Fools Day where we live. Generally speaking, harmless pranks and hoaxes are perpetrated and the cleverer the hoax, the better the children laugh at
As a start, water cycles are best experienced, rather than read about. There is no worksheet that can fully capture the water cycle phenomenon, like being out in the rain