David Sobel tackles tough questions to help your nature-based program succeed.
David Sobel’s follow-up to Nature Preschools and Forest Kindergartens walks readers through the nitty-gritty facts of running a nature-based program. Organized around nine themes, each chapter begins with an overview from the author, followed by case studies from diverse early childhood programs, ranging from those that serve at-risk children to public preschools to university farm programs to Waldorf schools.
Sample newsletters in each chapter show how real programs have tackled tough questions and sticky situations. The program featured in these newsletters are from across the United States: Maryland, New York, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Alabama, Connecticut, Illinois, Vermont, California, Michigan, Rhode Island, Louisiana, and Indiana.
Make the case for outdoor learning in today's digitized world
In Nature Preschools and Forest Kindergartens environmental education expert David Sobel is joined by a variety of colleagues to walk readers through the European roots of nature-based programs to the recent resurgence of these kinds of programs in North America.
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Whether starting a new nature-based program or "naturalizing" an existing classroom Nature Preschools and Forest Kindergartens provide the mentorship and guidance to become a leader in nature-based education.