Last year I was pleased to contribute two posts to a Place-Based Education Campaign initiated by .
I wrote about and The campaign is now finished and the three-part publication series is available for use by educators. I highly recommend you review/use these resources! .
Part One: provides an introduction and overview to PBE including a rationale, benefits, and examples from around the world.
Part Two: offers a theory-inspired and research-based guide for all educators to use to implement PBE in classrooms and communities.
Part Three–hot off the “presses”: outlines not only what students need to consider the natural world their “classroom”, but what can support teachers in developing their own sense of place. This is important! This guide to professional learning offers a strategy for all educators to become effective place-based teachers and learners themselves.
You might also be interested in visiting the and/or peruse the in the PBE series.
Please leave a comment or ask a question below! Do you practice PBE? Do you have any questions about PBE?
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