How high school science teachers include outdoor activities in their lessons
After a number of educators shared their videos of innovative learning strategies with us, we posted our first set for anyone to freely view.
You will find within them practical ideas such as using GoogleEarth for an invasive plant survey, or of schools that take students on weekly field trips to enhance their personal development and sustainability more generally. Learn how to prepare waste free lunches and to build comfy bug houses.
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Why Learn about Insects?, Snakes Alive!, Green Commuting Challenge, Conservation Animation, Citizenship-building via Marine Debris Surveys, Finding a Place for Science, Introducing Students to Landscape Architecture, Invasive Species: You’re Not Welcome Here!, Taking Action Against Invasive Species, Exploring Antarctica through Art, Becoming an Ecologiser