Pedagogy

Pedagogy

A selection of research based support for reducing screen time and increasing time spent outdoors. Found 26 Resources.

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Outdoor learning spaces: The case of forest school:(by Frances Harris)
Outdoor Education, Life Long Learning and Skills Development in Woodlands and Green Spaces: The Potential Links to Health and Well-Being:(by Liz O'Brien, Ambra Burls, Peter Bentsen & Inger Hilmo)
Learning Environments for Children in Outdoor Spaces:(by Habibe Acar)
Curriculum-based outdoor learning for children aged 9-11: A qualitative analysis of pupils’ and teachers’ views:(by Emily Marchant, Charlotte E Todd, Roxanne Cooksey & Samuel Dredge)
Outdoor Environment and Outdoor Activities in Early Childhood Education:(by Simge Yilmaz-Uysal)
Everyday teaching and outdoor learning: developing an integrated approach to support school-based provision:(by Sarah MacQuarrie)
Effects of an outdoor education intervention on the mental health of schoolchildren:(by Per E Gustagsson, Anders Szcozepanski, Nina Nelson & Per A Gustafsson)
The use of outdoor learning from the perspective of preschool teachers and principals:(by Lehte Tuuling, Aino Ugaste & Tiia Õun)
Effects of Regular Classes in Outdoor Education Settings: A Systematic Review on Students’ Learning, Social and Health Dimensions:(by Christoph Mall, Gabriele Lauterbach, Sarah Spengler & Ulrich Dettweiler)
The effect of outdoor learning activities on the development of preschool children:(by Günseli Yıldırım, Güzin Özyılmaz Akamca)
Nature and well-being in outdoor learning: Authenticity or performativity:(by Barbara Jean Humberstone & Ina Stan)
Measuring the impact of outdoor learning on the physical activity of school age children: The use of accelerometry:(by Jennie Aronsson, Sue Waite & Maria Tighe Clark)
Health and well-being benefits of spending time in forests: Systematic review:(by Byeongsang Oh, Kyung Ju Lee, Chirs Zaslawski & Albert Yeung)
Spending at least 120 minutes a week in nature is associated with good health and wellbeing:(by Mathew P. White, Ian Alcock, James Grellier & Benedict W Wheeler)
Beyond Physical Activity: The Importance of Play and Nature-Based Play Spaces for Children’s Health and Development:(by Susan Herrington & Mariana Brussoni)
Children’s time outdoors: Results and implications of the National Kids Survey:(by Lincoln R. Larson, Gary T. Green & H.K. Cordell)
Putting Nature back into Nurture: The Benefits of Nature for Children:(by Karen Emma Martin)
(Re)placing ourselves in nature(by Nick Stanger)
Decolonizing Education through Outdoor Learning: The Learning Story of an Indigenous Kindergarten Teacher(by Alexandria Middlemiss)
MAKING INDIGENOUS-LED EDUCATION A PUBLIC POLICY PRIORITY: The Benefits of Land-Based Education and Programming(by Danielle Cherpako)
Last Child in the Woods(by Richard Louv)
The Nature Principle(by Richard Louv)
Stanford Analysis Reveals Wide Array of Benefits from Environmental Education(by NAAEE )
Foundations of Place: A Multidisciplinary Framework for Place-Conscious Education(by David Gruenwald)
What is education for?(by David Orr)
Place-Based Education: Connecting Classrooms and Communities(by David Sobel)