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12 de October de 2023
Erasmus + Natural Schooling training program IO7 (Swedish language version)

Programmet kommer aƩ stödja deltagarna i deras förståelse för hur Natural schoolingkan göra en meningsfull skillnad för eleverna genom resultaten av aktuell forskning, NaturalSchooling-projekƞ allstudier och refl ekterande prakƟ k.

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15 de August de 2023
CREATING VERTICAL GARDENS

This is a great idea to maximise the use of limited outdoor space. This lesson plan, alongside the ‘Recycled Plastic Bottle Flowerpots’ one, brings together many aspects of Natural Schooling: […]

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10 de August de 2023
Erasmus+ Natural Schooling Training Program (IO7)

This course is Intellectual Output 7, of the Natural Schooling Project. The course consists of 5 Key Elements and aims to support participants in their understanding of how a Natural […]

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19 de July de 2023
Recycled Plastic Bottle Flowerpots

Recycling plastic bottles to create painted flowerpots.

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18 de July de 2023
Foraging for Elderflower

How to forage for elderflower and make a delicious cordial

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12 de July de 2023
Investigating and Monitoring Water Quality in a Local River

In thei video you can watch the work carried in the field.

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12 de July de 2023
Comparing Vegetation Sampling in a Meadow and River Forest

Objectives: Here are the video showing the procedure of how to set the sampling quadrats at the river forest location. The stream in which both sides we studied te plants […]

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12 de July de 2023
Wildlife Camera Trapping

Objectives: You can watch here how we set the cameras. We tried different spots in a forest close to a stream that runs close to our school. We could observe […]

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25 de June de 2023
A Walk Along The River – Passeggiando lungo il fiume
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15 de June de 2023
Survival training

Five lessons about survival skills in order to increase situation based self-confidence. The students get to learn in, through and about nature.

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In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful. –Alice Walker

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