Here is a list of resources to help you along your journey in outdoor education

Into Nature: a unique teachers’ guide that enables the teaching of all Ontario school curriculum subjects outdoors in nature on a regular basis. Content of the guide includes logistics, resources and learning experiences for teaching in nature.

Be prepared: Teaching tips for outdoor education

Connecting the dots: Key strategies that transform learning for environmental education, citizenship and sustainability, Stan Kozal & Susan Elliot

a tool for early years educators to use in providing opportunities for children to connect with nature on a regular basis.

Les alliés de la Terre, Serge Fortier & Kathia Trottier *Available only in French* 

How not to teach outdoor education: Montreat College professor Brad Daniel illustrates common teaching mistakes in outdoor education classes

Apprentissage en plein air: practical guide to encourage students to go outside as well as suggestions to maximize the learning experiences. *Available only in French* 

Flow Learning: Natural Steps to Natural Awareness:

Raccoon Circles: A guide for Facilitators: 

Environmental Learning and Experience: An Interdisciplinary Guide and Video Clips for Teachers

Connecting with nature: comprehensive classroom and outdoor lesson plans for teachers of kindergarten through Grade 8.

Countryside Classroom:

Riverventure, Classroom Activity: Population Study Game (Oh, Deer!):

Nature Play & Learning Places: Creating and managing places where children engage with nature:

The NB Playbook:

Active for life:

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