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Place-based pedagogies in early childhood and primary school settings: Can they make a contribution to community sustainability?

Place-based pedagogies in early childhood and primary school settings: Can they make a contribution to community sustainability?

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Lessons for teaching in the environment and community    Filed Under Activities, Environmental Education, Environmental Literacy, Jim Martin, Place-based Education, Schoolyard Classroom | 1 Comment    “Lessons for Teaching in the Environment and Community” is a regular series that explores how teachers can gain the confidence to go into the world outside of their classrooms for a substantial piece of their curricula.  Part 4: Inquiry    An Introduction to the World of Discovery….  by Jim…

Lessons for teaching in the environment and community Filed Under Activities, Environmental Education, Environmental Literacy, Jim Martin, Place-based Education, Schoolyard Classroom | 1 Comment “Lessons for Teaching in the Environment and Community” is a regular series that explores how teachers can gain the confidence to go into the world outside of their classrooms for a substantial piece of their curricula. Part 4: Inquiry An Introduction to the World of Discovery…. by Jim…

CLEARING: A Resource Journal of Environmental and Place-based Education

CLEARING: A Resource Journal of Environmental and Place-based Education

A Simple Question: The Story of STRAW (Video)    Narrated by Peter Coyote, A Simple Question: The Story of STRAW is an inspiring documentary about The Bay Institute’s watershed restoration project known as STRAW: Students and Teachers Restoring A Watershed. The 35 minute film chronicles the growth of STRAW from its origins as a 4th-grade class project to restore the endangered California Freshwater Shrimp into a remarkable program that has restored over 20 mi

A Simple Question: The Story of STRAW (Video) Narrated by Peter Coyote, A Simple Question: The Story of STRAW is an inspiring documentary about The Bay Institute’s watershed restoration project known as STRAW: Students and Teachers Restoring A Watershed. The 35 minute film chronicles the growth of STRAW from its origins as a 4th-grade class project to restore the endangered California Freshwater Shrimp into a remarkable program that has restored over 20 mi

Living with the Ocean    Exploring Place-based Education Programs in the Pacific Northwest    by Becs Boyd    On the southwest coast of Oregon a small town called Charleston is tucked against a busy dockside lined with fishing and tourist boats. The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology has its base here, in a campus of attractive traditional buildings covered in sun-bleached wooden shakes. I’m here to

Living with the Ocean Exploring Place-based Education Programs in the Pacific Northwest by Becs Boyd On the southwest coast of Oregon a small town called Charleston is tucked against a busy dockside lined with fishing and tourist boats. The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology has its base here, in a campus of attractive traditional buildings covered in sun-bleached wooden shakes. I’m here to

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