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Professional learning for early childhood outdoor pedagogy

How can early childhood educators be supported to teach outdoors? Moving to learn outdoors can mean so many things… Continue reading

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Children’s physical activity & movement in outdoor landscapes – What matters to early childhood educators?

    What do children need for active play in the outdoors? In-depth research with six early childhood educators revealed what mattered to them when thinking about young children moving and being active in outdoor learning environments. According to these … Continue reading

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Tribute song to Permaculture giant Bill Mollison (4 May 1928 – 24 September 2016)

Formidable Vegetable Sound System have done it again with a quirky poignant tribute to one of Permaculture’s founders Bill Mollison who died last year. Check it out here: http://www.pipmagazine.com.au/connect/bill-mollison-tribute-song-launch-trees-eat-us-formidable-vegetable-sound-system/ While your at it if you are looking for fun music … Continue reading

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Building outdoor environment literacy

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens Photo: Llewellyn Wishart Developing nature-rich outdoor environments for young children takes conviction, creativity, planning, negotiation, design sense and skills in early childhood pedagogy. Early childhood educators here in Australia are being offered more … Continue reading

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