Division 29 was lucky enough to have Hartley spend an afternoon with us as part of a WAV experience. After practicing our noticing skills in the classroom, we took advantage of the beautiful weather and took a walk to a local park. There, nature became our workspace and inspiration as we explored dandelions, shadows, and the directions that the mountains pointed us. The students came alive as they discovered new things about their own backyard, and from a pedagogical perspective, it was eye opening to see how education can flourish beyond the constraints of a classroom. Every classroom, no matter the context, can benefit from outdoor education as WAV seeks to promote.

Lord Selkirk Kindergarteners Practice Outdoor Noticing

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