What’s Lost When We Learn without Landscape?

What is lost when we don’t connect with our landscape while learning? How can we integrate place-based learning that benefits both teacher and student into our schools? As Master Teacher at the Teton Science School in…

by | Sep 5, 2016 | Uncategorized

What is lost when we don’t connect with our landscape while learning? How can we integrate place-based learning that benefits both teacher and student into our schools? As Master Teacher at the Teton Science School in Jackson Hole, WY, Steve Archibald wrote and implemented the K-12 Journeys place-based education guide. He’ll spoke about “the power of multi-generational learning” as part of the ongoing series at the Murie Center in Moose called “Mardy’s Front Porch Conversations”.

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