Could efforts to expand Pre-K access include accountability measures that will set us back in connecting children to nature?
NAAEE is now accepting proposals for its 2014 Conference in Ottawa, Ontario.
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See the trailer for a new DVD that tracks a year in the life of a forest kindergarten and looks into the important question of what it is that children need at that age.
Photo by Bob Bailie
Antioch University New England’s Department of Education will offer a certificate in nature preschool/forest kindergarten professional development.
Kalamazoo Nature Center is hosting a conference in August specifically designed for nature-based preschool staff and administrators.
Pearlstone’s Nevatim Teacher Training Conference in Jewish Environmental Education is a unique and dynamic event, providing professional development and training in Jewish garden and environmental education.
Celebrate NAEYC's Week of the Young Child April 6-12!
One of the best things my parents did for me as a child was not allow me to watch television. My siblings and I spent all of our spare time outside, playing in the yard, the street or at the park. We would stay out until the sun went down. I now teach early childhood, and my love for being outside has translated to the way I teach.