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Tag Archives: Forest Schools
What are children learning at forest school?
This week’s guest blog comes to us from Dr. Frances Harris, a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Management at the University of Hertfordshire, who also runs Outdoor Learning Experiences. She is a member of Natural England’s strategic research group for learning … Continue reading
Linking Outdoor learning to the ICT curriculum.
This article has been written by Ian Tindal. Ian is based in Cornwall and has been working in HE for 17 years initially for The Ultralab and more recently for Anglia Ruskin University. Currently his main work focus is designing and … Continue reading
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