The World of Wonder Conference in Chicago last week was simply fantastic! I got so much inspiration and so many ideas I can’t wait to share them here. It was also so wonder-ful to meet so many awesome people working everyday to keep humans and nature connected in so many unique, mindful, fun ways.
It’s Official!!! My Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse will be starting May 4!!! I am so excited to be able to offer this awesome journey to nature connection through creativity! My in person nature journaling workshops have been so well received, I thought why not create an experience with people all over the world!?! Isn’t
Nature connection is vital in early childhood. Not that it isn’t at all stages of life, but early childhood is the time when our naturalist intelligence is developing most strongly. It is a crucial time where many of our perceptions about nature, ourselves, and the relationship between the two manifest. It is a time where
After attending and presenting at 3 conferences in the past month my mind is spinning! Each conference was unique and inspiring in its own way. The NAAEE conference’s strength was its deep commitment to the widespread integration of environmental education for all age levels in both schools and informal outlets like nature centers and park
Over the next few weeks I am going to be going into lots more interesting detail about the 3 fall conferences, but for now I thought I would just give a few highlights and then later you will get all sorts of lessons, info, and findings. As far as Wings, Worms, and Wonder is concerned
I am pleased to announce I have been accepted to present my work at the North American Association of Environmental Education’s 41st Annual conference “Gaining Perspective: Seeing EE Through Different Lenses” October 9-13 in Oakland California at the Oakland Marriott City Center! I had been wait listed and had pretty much let the idea of getting