Two articles from Green Teacher

Here are two freely available articles from Canada’s Green Teacher magazine. Green Commuting Challenge by Duke Davidson – How a suburban middle school radically increased the number of students walking and reduced car traffic to the school Introducing Students to Landscape Architecture by Karen Grajales – Classroom activities spotlight a creative career choice that helps the environment And these…

Being outside: the impact on students’ learning

Lisa Bell Head of Curriculum for Early Childhood & Health, Brockenhurst College writes about learning and teaching outside the classroom and the impact on students’ learning. Brockenhurst College maintains an excellent academic reputation and is committed to providing the highest quality education for all, offering a range of courses, attracting around 3000 sixth-form students from…

Changing climates, different cultures, school curricula and children’s perceptions

What can talking and walking with children in different parts of the world tell us about how humans are responding to changing climates, and what does this mean for school curricula? In a recent comparative study of children’s perceptions and articulations of place in the UK, Mexico, Mongolia, and Alaska[1], we explored children’s experience of…