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Episode Notes Colin Harris is the the founder and executive director of Take Me Outside, as well as a PhD candidate in educational research at the University of Calgary. In today's episdoe, you'll hear about Take Me Outside and Colin's run across Canada to promote the cause of taking kids outside to learn. Find out more at https://disconnect.pineca…
 
Episode Notes Jennifer Engbrecht's Twitter - https://twitter.com/prairiemusik Get involved in citizen science with the Nature Conservancy of Canada! Episode cover photo by Brendan Beale on Unsplash Find out more at https://disconnect.pinecast.co
 
Episode Notes David Sobel's website Don't forget to email me a short voice memo letting me know what your favourite interview, big takeaway, your Aha! moment from the past year of interviews! I'd love to hear from you! Send to disconnectpodcast@protonmail.com The music you heard at the end of the episode is by the band Moonfield, whose guitarist is…
 
Episode Notes Resources OutsidePlay.ca Outdoor Play Canada Brussoni Lab - Dr. Mariana Brussoni's Website Loose Parts Play Toolkit 2019 - Inspiring Scotland Risk-Benefit Assessment: A Canadian Toolkit Risk-Benefit Assessment Form - Play England Megan Zeni's website | Resources for teaching outside, referenced by Dr. Brussoni Extra reading & research…
 
Episode Notes Links from today's show: Dr. Peter Gray's 'The Wisdom of Hunter-Gatherers' Annette Taylor's Website - The Cavedweller ClubFeatures in Psychology Today: Surviving Quarantine with a Smile Cellphones as Modern Weapons Other articles: Mismatch Between Our Biologically Evolved Educative Instincts and Culturally Evolved Schools Why kids nee…
 
Episode Notes This episode, we take a look at the experience of queer youth at outdoor camps. With the help of Dr. Fenton Litwiller, Assistant Professor in the faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba, and Elyse Rylander, founder of Out There Adventures, we aim to look at the role of outdoor camps in the lives …
 
Episode Notes Today's episode is a reflection on the upcoming school year. I'll be back with more interviews later, but today's episode is some food for thought as your prepare for the months ahead. You can now find me on Twitter! @OutdoorEdCastI'd love to hear from you, email me at disconnectpodcast@protonmail.com 3 Questions to ask youself before…
 
Episode Notes Check out the following links which we referred to during today's interview with Megan Zeni, the classroom gardener. Megan's 10 tips for teaching outside Megan Zeni's Blog National Wildlife Federation's Certify Your Garden Program Canadian Wildlife Federation's Certify Your Garden Program Space Tomatoes? Yes, check out the Tomatospher…
 
Episode Notes On today's episode, we speak with Wynnston Denny, a kindergarten teacher from Austin, TX, who tells us about how he started with small activities and built up to a huge success in taking his class outside for school. We'll also look at a bit of research by David Sobel, from his book Childhood & Nature: Design Principles for Educators.…
 
Episode Notes An interview with Emily Reid of Glasgow, Scotland's Ecodrama theatre company to explore how imagination can bridge the gap for city school lacking access to nature. The 'Out To Play' draws upon the talents of drama artists to engage school children in their environments and get them reconnecting with nature. In today's episode, you he…
 
About today's show. In today's episode, we talk with Dr. Ben Schellenberg of the University of Manitoba. Dr. Schellenberg studies passions and explains to us how different types of passions can lead to vastly different outcomes for the same habits or actions. We'll explore how this applies to our teaching and see what the best way is to begin incor…
 
Episode Notes On today's episode we'll look at the effect of isolation and quarantine on desire to be outside and also how it improves creativity and sense of belonging in a community. As mentioned in the episode, here are links to Air Quality Data Websites.https://waqi.info/https://www.airvisual.com/earth Find out more at https://disconnect.pineca…
 
Episode Notes With the entire world talking about covid-19, what can we, as outdoor education teachers, take away from this? Tonight's bonus episode takes a brief look at how Outdoor Education is the perfect place to teach community and to help students understand how their actions can have immediate effects on their surroundings and on their commu…
 
Episode Notes The first episode of Disconnect: The Outdoor Education Podcast defines what Outdoor Education is for the purpose of the podcast. In doing so, it also asks questions (which will be answered in later episodes) about what Outdoor Education is in 2020, what its role is and where it belongs. Connect with us over this week's question: what …
 
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