Checkout this fantastic video from the Children & Nature Network. It features simple and easily replicated approaches from an education centre in the Czech Republic. The Czech case study is described here along with the key aspects: Engaging and simple. Lessons in Grass encourages using spaces, materials and resources that are [...]
Partha Dasgupta is a Cambridge University economist who in 2021 prepared a more than 600-page report for the British government about the financial value of nature. The New York Times has published an opinion video to make these important ideas more accessible and fun. More suitable for older pupils and [...]
In their content packed January 2023 e-bulletin (issue 54), East Ayrshire’s LOST team remind us about these 2 great videos. Grab a cuppa and enjoy! For all ages and stages, Outdoor Learning in Scottish Education With case studies of particular interest to Secondary Schools, check out Outdoor Learning the extended [...]
The John Muir Trust’s latest Wild Inside e-newsletter (issue 54) has shared this lovely animation from Fire Lily Studio, to inspire you to get wildflowers growing in your world. Keep in touch with regular John Muir Trust news updates by signing up for our monthly eNewsletter.
This new video highlights the RCE Biodiversity Education Projects conducted during the Global Action Programme on ESD, from 2015-2019. It puts a spotlight on the range of innovative projects focused on biodiversity conservation and ecosystem restoration from the Global RCE Network. Shared by LfS Scotland in their May 2022 news [...]
In this video, Abi Gardner (project leader, NatureScot) describes young people’s involvement in decision making and the development of Scotland’s Young People’s Forest. She explores the role of forests in mitigating climate change and supporting biodiversity. We hear from an enthusiastic range of young people involved as Youth Leaders, and [...]