Stepping Into Nature
The Back to Nature Network, Council of Outdoor Educators of Ontario (COEO), Green Teacher magazine and Ontario Society for Environmental Education (OSEE) are pleased to offer Stepping into Nature: Teacher Stories Volume 1. This exciting publication consists of inspiring articles from Ontario classroom teachers who have successfully run place-based outdoor and experiential programs with an environmental theme. Stepping into Nature presents their stories, challenges and successes in using nearby nature as a critical component of teaching practice.
About the Editor:
Grant Linney has spent the bulk of his career as an outdoor and environmental educator. He is the 2012 recipient of a national environmental teaching award from EECOM, The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication. He is the co-author of Reconnecting Children Through Outdoor Education: A Research Summary (2007) and the course developer and instructor for Lakehead University’s version of the Teachers’ AQ course in OEE (2010 to present).
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