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ProjectLearningTree Jul 18
Did you know... Contact with nature can boost self-discipline in adults and children. documents the research at:
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Kristina Meek Jul 13
What a great activity to illustrate the interdependence of an ecosystem!
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Rob Ridley Jul 18
Take a Walk in the Woods for Better Health via
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Abigail Decker Jul 16
Day 2!! Played like kiddos in the outdoor playspace and explored how we can support risky play while keeping our students’ safety in mind. How many of your favorite childhood memories include risky play?
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Abigail Decker Jul 18
Day 4 of Institute! What kinds of delicious snacks can you make over the fire with your students? Today we brewed tree tea, popped popcorn, and roasted apples! (and our cooking fire was built by yours truly ✌🏻)
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jackehill Jul 19
“Four bags of garbage in three years: How a busy Vancouver couple lives and preaches the low-waste lifestyle”
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NAAEE 🎓🌎 12h
What are the pictures and words that soothe you?
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Rob Ridley Jul 19
My daughter, 13 just got back from 2 wks @ camp today. She seemed much taller. I quickly realized it was not extra inches that made her seem taller. It was confidence, pride & 2 wks of fun So how do we make everyday in a classroom seem like camp for the same results?
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Abigail Decker Jul 17
Day 3—my favorite yet! Started the day with a beautiful foggy morning and on the agenda? Fire!!!! It’s crazy how empowering it is to start your own fire 🔥
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Vickie Morgado M.Ed Jul 18
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ProjectLearningTree 3h
Did you know that trees start to show signs 3 to 4 years after infestation of Asian longhorned beetles, and die 10 to 15 years after the first eggs are laid? Learn more about affecting our forests:
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Scott Morrison Jul 12
Just learned about Precious Plastic.
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ProjectLearningTree Jul 18
For current generations, environmental stewardship may be as important as any academic content knowledge. Learn what the research says at:
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ProjectLearningTree Jul 19
Research suggests that nature-based learning may sometimes even erase race- and income-related gaps, as reported by :
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Rob Ridley Jul 18
From watching what you eat to becoming a citizen scientist, here are some things you can do now to act on climate change.
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jackehill Jul 18
“Green rift opens over federal party’s stance on Alberta’s oilsands”
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Vickie Morgado M.Ed Jul 19
The Canadian Contingency in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this week.
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jackehill Jul 18
“10 Takeaways from the Star’s Undeniable climate change series... Most of this warming is due to human influences.”
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ProjectLearningTree Jul 19
Games like counting the number of birds you can hear or how many animals you can see can be very engaging too. (Need a jumping off point? Start with a PLT activity.)
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Rob Ridley Jul 19
Nature deficit: Kids have much to gain by going outside
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