NIN Radio Ep. 006 – The What’s, Why’s and How’s of Nature Pedagogy with Claire Warden

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Welcome to Nurture in Nature Radio – the podcast aimed at connecting kids, families and people of all ages with nature.

This is Episode Number 006: The What’s, Why’s and How’s on Nature Pedagogy 

Today on the show, host Tania Moloney interviews Claire Warden, Educational and Experiential Pioneer in Nature Pedagogy.

Author, Educator, Speaker, Nature Pedagogue, Founder Mindstretchers UK and Co-Founder of the International Association of Nature Pedagogy.

Tania talks with Claire about the What’s, Why’s and How’s of Nature Pedagogy, unstructured play and Nature kindergartens. You’ll learn how nature is a powerful teacher, and what parents and teachers can do outside the home/classroom to help their children learn about themselves, others and the natural world. With some great ideas for equipping your family and students for outdoor fun, you’ll find that there is no bad weather, just poor planning and equipment. You’ll also take away lots of practical ideas for some really fun nature play activities for kids of all ages – 0 to 99+!

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Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

Mindstretchers UK:
International Association of Nature Pedagogy

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