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Creative Place - Based Environmental Education shows how schools can become creative hubs for enriching the community, with students as ecopreneurs caring for nature, the landscape and community. The authors have researched the why, what and how of creative place-based education for over 20 years in Aurland, in Sognefjord, Norway. This hands - on approach embraces the whole locality as an inspiring educational resource, as a school without walls. Here are useful and creative design tools for developing place-based education for teachers everywhere, which:
. Engage children in environmental education projects.
. Enable teachers to design creative place-based education for children aged 4-18, with relevant theory, principles, examples and tools
. Engage children with ever widening learning circles from home, garden, school to the wider world.
. Promote ecopreneurship in schools.
. Give examples from Britain, Norway, and Tanzania.
Teachers from kindergarten to high schools, teacher trainers, environmental educators and forest school educators will find this is a invaluable resource. Schools, councils, parks, wildlife trusts and communities can use it for designing creative place - based education.
'Here is a Beacon of Hope, an exciting approach to creative place - based education... intertwines theory, practice and place and asks significant questions related to place-based sustainability, food growing and education. It asks, 'What is Home? How can learning how local food is grown and help children discover what it means to belong? How do teachers get students to care?"
Douglas Forell Hulmes, Professor of Environmental Studies,
Prescott College, Arizona
Jorunn Barane, educator and storyteller, teaches Ecopreneurship at Sogn Agricultural College, Aurland, where Aksel Hugo PhD. is Principal. Morten Clemetsen PhD. is professor in rural landscape and community planning at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
The Camphill Hudson Artisan Shop is an active artist studio that also features hand-crafted items from Camphill Communities throughout North America. We feature a variety of artisan crafts including pure beeswax candles, maple syrup, herbs and teas, pottery, woven and felted goods and one of a kind greeting cards. In addition, we carry Waldorf art supplies, Steiner books, and selection of Fair Trade Chocolate.
Our shop is filled with items perfect for gift and home that also gives you the opportunity to learn more about Camphill first hand - by meeting and talking to Camphill artists in their studio space. You can experience the enriching work being done in Camphill and learn more about our history - but also about our future!