Nature-based Teaching and Outdoor Education Curriculum

Articles on outdoor education curriculum, wilderness leadership, and nature-based teaching are listed below. Instructing skills play a large role in many outdoor professions. Building knowledge on how outdoor skills are taught improves your ability to encourage environmental responsibility and inspire hope for the future.

Articles on Outdoor Education Curriculum:

Outdoor Games for Children
One of the best ways to teach younger people is through the use of outdoor games for children. You can probably remember playing all kinds of games outdoors when you were younger. (read more)

Becoming a Good Nature Instructor
What makes a good youth nature instructor? We all have our own style and techniques but really, what makes one instructor better than another at working with young people? (read more)

Nature Scavenger Hunt
A nature scavenger hunt is one of the best tools for inspiring children about the natural world. It helps them foster a strong connection and understanding of nature. (read more)

Coyote Teaching
Coyote teaching is a phrase popularized by Tom Brown Jr. and Jon Young. Similar teaching methods however, have been used by indigenous people, philosophers, and psychologists all over the world.(read more)

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