LACOE Green Schools Symposium Resources
Thank you for joining us at LACOE Green Schools Symposium. Below is a list of resources you can use to help you plan and implement outdoor learning environments. Simply click on the resource to access it.
This guide has practical tips, frameworks, and research-based practices to implement outdoor learning environments for increased student engagement.
This resource provided by the Los Angeles County Office of Education has tips to consider before going outside and lesson plan ideas.
Teaching outside doesn’t have to be scary. This guide will help you think ahead and plan for outdoor teaching
This research article is about the impacts of outdoor environmental education on teacher reports of attention, behavior, and learning outcomes for students with emotional, cognitive, and behavioral disabilities.
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Rex Miller and LindaGail Walker
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Meteor Education also offers learning resources for those on the front lines in classrooms all over the world. Click the link below to explore those resources.