What’s New Wednesday 4-10-19: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected news and resources related to global ethical issues and positive solutions that you…
Seeing Things As They Really Are
by Tim Myshrall In his book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Yuval Noah Harari asserts the importance and necessity…
Global Oneness Project
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The Global Oneness Project offers uses stories as a tool for exploring cultural, environmental, and social issues. Topics covered include…
8 Resources for Greening Your Schoolyard
by Marsha Rakestraw You only have to watch kids in a garden or park to know that we humans have…
One Small Step for a Better World: Plan a Gadget-Free Day for Your Family
by Marsha Rakestraw Technology and media have become such a ubiquitous part of our lives that some people actually exhibit…
Rekindle Students’ Love of Nature with “Natural Value” (lesson plan)
by Marsha Rakestraw Children tend to have an inherent affinity for the natural world. That connection can fade if it’s…
Our Gift for You: Resources to Inspire Hope
by IHE Staff and Faculty It can be painful and stressful to learn about the terrible injustices and cruelties of…
Children & Nature Network Research Library
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Part of the Children & Nature Network website, the C&NN Research Library includes peer-reviewed scientific literature to “help build the…
Children & Nature Network
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Co-founded by Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, the Children & Nature Network seeks to reconnect children…
Friday Feature: 4 Resources About Forests and Deforestation
by Marsha Rakestraw Here in Oregon, where I live, we’re still mourning the loss of tens of thousands of acres…
Nurturing Love for the Natural World: One Mother’s/Teacher’s Experience
by Joanna MacDonald My son and I have the opportunity to spend more time together in the summer. Because I…
#FridayFeature: 4 Super-Short Videos Showing Our Connected World
by Marsha Rakestraw We can forget that we live on an interconnected world of interdependence. Regardless of our species, we…