Freedom to quit is an essential aspect of play’s definition.
Parents who possess the resolve to separate their children from their smartphones may be helping their kids’ brainpower, a new study suggests.
Look up from your screen Children learn best when their bodies are engaged in the living world. We must resist the ideology of screen-based learning by Nicholas Tampio on August 2, 2018 | aeon.co essays A rooster crows and awakens my family at the farm where we are staying for a long weekend. The air […]
Canadian ECEs have some terrific support for outdoor education endeavors. Beverly Dietze’s co-author, Diane Kashin was a keynote speaker at the Manitoba NatureSummit in September, 2018.
Playgrounds are seeing an outdoor form of the indoor game!
Good news for organic growers in Canada! The federal government has set aside funds to continue research into organic agriculture.
Early Childhood Educators are learning that to give children the freedom to take control of their own learning is to empower them.
Access to active play in nature and outdoors–with its risks–is essential for healthy child development. They recommend increasing children’s opportunities for self-directed play outdoors in all settings-at home, at school, in child care, the community and nature.
The staff working with Fred Rogers called his method of editing and re-editing “Freddish.” It served to eliminate misinterpretations by people who think literally; preschoolers.
If we want to change the future, we have to change our stories to be more empathic.