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Seeking Environmental Maturity…

…at Starker Forests Helping students climb the ladder to responsible citizenship by Dick Powell This past summer I attended the World Forestry Center’s International Educator’s Institute (IEI). As an environmental educator without any formal pedagogical or interpretive training, I found this week-long workshop enlightening and very worthwhile. The part of IEI that I found most […]

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Lessons for teaching in the environment and community — 23

“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 23: Notice is a Powerful Verb: Noticing something in your environment entrains your creative powers by Jim Martin, […]

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Lessons for teaching in the environment and community — 21

“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 21: Where Brains Learn Some cognitive particulars about learning in the real world by Jim Martin, CLEARING guest […]

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