Megan has collaborated with play and learning experts and research groups to discuss the benefits of play, risky play and how to bring it all together in your outdoor classroom.
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
From time to time, I am sent teaching resources to review. I was offered a Magidome kit during the 2021 school year and was excited
How to Grow Carrots With Kids Carrots can be tricky to grow. Some gardeners have great luck growing them, while others have nothing but trouble.
This workshop is for experienced practitioners who are ready to think deeply as we complicate ways of engaging children intellectually in learning that is relevant, culturally responsive, and interconnected to the lands we learn with, from, and on.
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This full day workshop provides a clear plan forward for Westcoast school gardens. Practical tips and tricks are shared with inspirational stories of school garden transformations.
If play is truly the work of the child, then dress up play must be the ultimate job description! Imaginative, fantasy play is achievable when just a few props are
So this is new to me! For a class on action research with Dr. Cynthia Nicol, I’ve been asked to think about how I might use six words to describe
I love to garden. I love the peacefulness, I love watching things grow under my care and I love that I can see both immediate and long term results. I