Teaching math in the outdoor classroom brings nature and creativity together to inspire logical mathematical thinking that is enjoyable for teachers and students.
If you ask me, just about anything can be taught in an outdoor classroom. Math and Science are two of the easiest subjects to try
The nights are definitely longer and the weather isn’t super for after dinner walks in the park. Instead of turning on the TV or plugging
School gardens are fraught with systemic barriers that can take the joy out of outdoor learning. In this workshop we will explore practical and simple solutions for getting your school growing and learning outdoors.
In British Columbia we are working with a revised curriculum that is practically written to be taught outdoors! The big ideas and curricular content of
Teaching outside has a long list of challenges, and trying to complete paper crafts in the wind, rain or snow tops my list of tasks that
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About three years ago a Wii made its way into our home. For my oldest son, it was a novelty and a result of years of negotiating for a game
Everyone seems to agree on the abundance of research supporting the data that reading to babies leads to school success. For a long time, we have known that children from homes
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
In 2014, I attended the ‘Fourth R’ Conference jointly hosted by the West Vancouver school district and the Canadian Self Regulation Initiative. This conference focused on why the Fourth ‘R’