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ES Nature-Based Guides to Effective Teaching and Learning

 Nature-Based Guides to Effective Teaching and Learning

Lessons from and in nature are powerful ways to enhance teaching and learning in all school subject and skill areas. They help optimize individual student achievement. They contribute to positive school and classroom environments. They encourage creativity, comprehension and collaboration to support students’ development of executive function skills, a predictor of school and life success. This session provided specific examples, tools, and resources to bring nature to life in your classroom or school and help build resilience in your community.

Presenter: Cheryl Charles, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Nature Based Leadership Institute, Antioch University New England, and Co-Founder, President, and CEO Emerita of the Children and Nature Network



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