Waldorf Schools Get Attention for Outdoor Learning

Read Beverly Amico's (Executive Director, Advancement for AWSNA) Article for the U.S. Dept. of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE)

When educators think of outdoor learning, many images come to mind: third graders doing leaf collection for botany projects, forest kindergarteners on a hike, or teens out working in a community garden, for example. But researchers may define outdoor education more specifically as they study its benefits. Outdoor science fieldwork? Nature education field trips? Forest-based early childhood programs? Recess in greenspace?...READ FULL ARTICLE