Outdoor innovations

The benefits of nature and the the outdoors are limitless. The innovations in this collection take full advantage of outdoor learning no matter the environment.
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Outdoor Play and Learning (OPAL)
OPAL is a comprehensive, structured strategic school improvement programme for elementary/primary schools across the world. It provides 8 detailed training sessions spread over 18 months. They enable
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Green Bronx Machine
Green Bronx Machine builds healthy, equitable and resilient communities through inspired education, local food systems, and 21st century workforce development. Students can change how they eat, live a
Remake Learning Days Across America
RLDAA is a multi-day festival designed to help parents, families, and caregivers engage in innovative education that youth experience when they make, code, play, design, and tinker. With dozens, even
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Wear-Abouts / Illustrious North
What if illustrations could step out of books, into textiles or other cultural products? What would they say about the intriguing stories that inspired their creation and how would they speak to their
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Playground Ideas
Building playgrounds to build brains. These unique, child designed playgrounds are built using local materials to provide abundant opportunities for daily play.
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Southold School's Magical Playscape
The Magical Playscape is a place where outdoor learning meets innovation and engagement. Our students plant & harvest hundreds of pounds of fresh produce each year that is eaten in the school cafe, wh
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Free Range Kids
Free Range Kids is a simple to adopt class-based program to encourage children to walk to school with an emphasis on adventure.
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Snail-Based Learning
A model for structuring learning activities and projects that fosters sustainable learning by integrating different 'ways of knowing' in each activity or project.
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Brokered Learning Pathways: Young Naturalists
Partnerships between teachers and non-formal educators play an important role in connecting teens who are interested in nature with people, programs, organizations, and future learning opportunities.
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Seppo
Seppo is an easy-to-use tool for teachers that makes lessons inspiring and motivating for students. Students solve problems in teams using mobile devices and teachers give feedback in real-time. Seppo
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Fuji Kindergarten
To remove boundaries between the indoors and outdoors Fuji kindergarten has turned its school roof into a circular, endless playground and put nature at the forefront of its teaching with trees growin
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Hazelwood School
A school designed specifically for dual sensory impaired children from 2-18 years.