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A Paradox of Pedagogy. New article by Claire Warden

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#1 Rebecca


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Posted 28 July 2017 - 01:28 PM

We have just published a new article by Claire Warden. Many of you will be very familiar with Claire and her work promoting outdoor learning for children. For those not familiar, this is from her website:

"Claire Warden is an educational consultant who has developed her approach to nature pedagogy and experiential learning through a variety of experiences. Her experiences have taken her on a pathway that includes working in a variety of types of centre, advisory work, and lecturing in further education. Claire is currently based in Scotland but frequently travels to Australia, the United States and elsewhere. Claire is also still closely involved with her own nature kindergarten, Auchlone Nature Kindergarten, in Perth and Kinross in Scotland. This outdoor nursery works with children from 2-6 yrs old, who spend up to 90% of their time outside. The three spaces of ‘inside’, ‘outside’ and ‘beyond’ are mindfully linked so as to develop skills and confidence in a predominantly natural environment.

Claire is one of a leadership group of consultants who make up the World Nature Collaborative, a working party of the World Forum Foundation. The purpose of the group is to develop a cohesive network and approach to experiential learning in outdoor spaces in a variety of climates. The nature collaborative brings together educators, landscape architects, environmentalists and health workers to support a multidisciplinary approach to outdoor educational provision."
A Paradox of Pedagogy by Claire Warden

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Posted 28 July 2017 - 03:56 PM

Ooh, sounds intriguing! I'll have a look at that later! Thank you
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