Posts made in August, 2016

Teaching in the Dirt: Becoming A Natural Teacher E-Course!

Posted by on Aug 31, 2016 in The Seedling BLOG | 0 comments

E-COURSE OPEN! Teaching in the Dirt: Becoming A Natural Teacher Class officially starts on September 5 with your first Garden Note.

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A NEW SIGN for the Outdoor Classrooms Learning Lab

Posted by on Aug 8, 2016 in The Seedling BLOG | 1 comment

A NEW SIGN for the Outdoor Classrooms Learning Lab Outdoor Checkers Compost Kitchen Bee...

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Music Outdoors: Garden Songs & Signs

Posted by on Aug 8, 2016 in The Seedling BLOG | 0 comments

MUSIC OUTDOORS Garden Songs & Signs A wonderful outdoor adventure with music & words! Can you create a song & dance with these words?    ...

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What It Takes To Create Extraordinary Outdoor Experiences in Urban Settings

Posted by on Aug 2, 2016 in The Seedling BLOG | 2 comments

What It Takes To Create  Extraordinary Outdoor Experiences in Urban Settings The magic word is BOUNDARIES! Are you a teacher that teaches in an urban setting? Do you ever dread taking kids outdoors because they are going to “run wild” and get out of control? Is your outdoor space full of asphalt? These are challenges that I hear all the time from teachers, directors and educators. They simply do not know where to begin. I am here to tell you there is magic at the end of the rainbow! Today I want to introduce the essence of BOUNDARIES and how the concept of providing boundaries...

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How to Introduce Yourself as a Natural Teacher without holding back

Posted by on Aug 1, 2016 in The Seedling BLOG | 1 comment

How to Introduce Yourself as a Natural Teacher without Holding Back When people ask you,” What do you do?” Do you ever dread or avoid answering, “I am a Natural Teacher” simply because you can’t or don’t want to explain what that might be? This happens to me more often than I would like. If I am in a new social situation, I often get caught off-guard and end up selling myself short. I cram myself into a “normal” job title simply to avoid looking a little flaky and disorganized. I am a Naturalist, Educator, and Advocate who inspires teachers to...

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