Destination Nature (version francais de Into Nature)
The Back to Nature Network teacher’s guide, Destination Nature, is a unique teachers’ guide that enables the teaching of all Ontario school curriculum subjects outdoors in nature on a regular basis. Content of the guide includes logistics, resources and learning experiences for teaching in nature. All learning experiences are linked to Ontario curriculum documents and include: Nature 101, a series of five phases to move from the indoor classroom to the outdoor learning space; fifty Nature2Go activities; and full lessons that last one class period or more.
All materials contained in the Back to Nature Network teachers’ guide may be reproduced for educational use.
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