Get Learning on Scotland’s Environment website provides information, data and resources relating to Scotland’s environment for teachers and learners, matched with CfE levels and National Qualifications. Feeds and mobile apps allow active engagement for young people.
Participants from the initial teacher education course in University of Stirling share experiences and ideas. They explore teacher education, making links among outdoor experiences, scientific concepts, and educating for a more sustainable future, at the SNH Sharing Good Practice event 2013.
Citizen Science is all about public involvement in monitoring the environment. These TCV resources include a Teacher Toolkit, supported by SEPA, SNH and the Scottish Government. This helps teachers build citizen science into their lessons and school activities. See the link below for this and other Citizen Science resources.
Links to John Muir learning and teaching resources including the Discover John Muir resource, the John Muir graphic novel Earth - Planet, Universe, a John Muir quiz, and a learning resource about Great Scots, which includes John Muir.
This is a citizen science project with the public gathering and uploading photographic information to help us all to better understand and track landscape and habitat change in the National Park. Register to upload images as an individual or a group making it an ideal project for schools and community…