Learning Inside Out
Key Strategies that Transform Learning
From Environmental Education to Citizenship and Sustainability
We are back with more at-Home & at-School Education Resources for Parents & Teachers!
The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges, including the challenge of keeping kids engaged and learning at home, virtually or physically distanced at school. Learning has been turned inside out!
To support parents and teachers, LSF is curating this weekly collection of activities drawn from our award-winning Resources for Rethinking (R4R) database.
- LSF's Step Outside Nature Guides, focused on seasonal happenings
- The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which cover everything from climate change to equity
We're putting a special emphasis on outdoor activities for their positive affect on mental health for kids, parents and educators—something we could all use right now! Please remember to observe physical distancing practices in place in your area.
Check out all of our 2021/2022 guides below:
- Week 1: Step Outside Early September Your Local Insect Symphony (Sept 2)
- Week 2: Hot Topic - Ozone Day (Sept 12)
If you are looking to purchase outdoor learning products (e.g. dip nets, sit pads, field guides, magnifiers, etc.) visit Canada's Non-Profit Outdoor Learning Store where a portion of the proceeds of sales go to support outdoor learning non-profit organizations from across the country!
*If you have trouble accessing any of the links, it may be because your organization is blocking external sites. Try signing out of your board-affiliated gmail account and trying again!*
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