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IUCN’s archive of reports

By | November 23rd, 2017|Categories: Blog|

IUCN is continuing to digitise its huge archive of reports. Created in 1948, IUCN is a membership Union composed of both government and civil society organisations.  As the world’s largest and most diverse environmental network, [...]

A Learning Theory map

By | November 16th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

If you've ever been confused by the many different learning theories that surround us, you might find this map of interest.  It has been created by participants in the EU-funded HoTEL project.  (HOlistic approach to Technology Enhanced Learning) [...]

The golden promise of global learning

By | November 14th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

The Global Learning Programme (GLP) says that it is building a national network of like-minded schools, committed to equipping their pupils to make a positive contribution to a globalised world by helping their teachers to [...]

A new Ronald Rovers blog

By | November 9th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Todays post is from Ronald Rovers and is a cautionary tale about our habit of using resource stocks in our pursuit of the good life at a speed beyond natural replenishment.  This is how it begins: [...]

Natural England’s latest strategic research round up

By | November 7th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

You can read all the latest Natural England newsletter here.  Environmental education highlights include: The state of school residentials in England: 2017 A new study examining ‘the state of school residentials in England: 2017’ has [...]

Taking primary pupils on a farm visit

By | November 2nd, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Today's post is c/o the BERA Blog.  Its focus is the whys and why nots of taking primary pupils on a farm visit and is written by Leanne Mattu  and Bethan Wood.  It draws on research [...]

Children’s engagement with nature

By | October 31st, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Today's featured blog is by Nadia von Benzon, a Lecturer in Human Geography at Lancaster University.  In this, she discusses her research into children’s engagement with nature, particularly the experiences of disabled children, and the use of [...]

Why Connection with Nature Matters

By | October 26th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Today's post is from the PSYCHREG blog, and is by Miles Richardson, Head of Psychology at the University of Derby and founder and coordinator of the Nature Connectedness Research Group. He says that whilst there is plenty of [...]

September Natural England Research Round up

By | October 24th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

You can see the September round up of evidence and reports, policy agenda developments, large scale delivery sector initiatives, resources and news from Natural England here.  This supports the Strategic Research Groups for Learning in Natural [...]