Attention PNW Environmental Educators


Share your teaching ideas, success stories, or perspectives in CLEARING!

Excerpt: “It seems that any time students with ADHD come up in outdoor education, there’s a common refrain: ‘they do much better here’, and even, ‘you wouldn’t know they had ADHD if nobody told you’. Struggles in the classroom melt away in the outdoors. Some even note that their students with ADHD tend to thrive in an outdoor learning environment, often finding it even easier to engage than their peers do.”
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CLEARING is published in support of state/regional E.E. associations
and organizations in the Pacific Northwest.

Alaska Natural Resources and Outdoor Education

Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network

Environmental Education Provincial Specialist Association (British Columbia)

Idaho Environmental Education Association