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2011 is just about to arrive with the usual celebrations in Scotland.
The shortlisted entries for the Edublog Awards 2010 have announced and the voting is on.
The School of Education at Aberdeen University has an interesting new programme for its teacher students.
The nominations close TODAY!
“Nothing exists in isolation. We have to stop pretending we are individuals that can go it alone.”
What do you wear when teaching outdoors?
Authors, explorers and charities unite to revive outdoor play.
This forthcoming week is going to be a busy one!
Outdoor learning has been creeping up the Scottish education agenda recently.
Last week was a controversial time. Two situations arose that really got me thinking.
Clips from the Grounds for Learning NatNet Conference.
A couple of videos and some homework.
And feel so much the better for the right footwear.
Is there any school in the world where parkour is taught?
Without a doubt the waterproofs were essential to his fun and freedom.
Long live our OBEs!
United we stand…!
Aberdeen City Early Years conference.
Make lichen the official quality indicator logo.
Rural schools are interesting places to work.
What would you like to see by 2050?
My son, MJ, typifies many children of today’s world.
The Scottish Government have set aside £1.25m for outdoor learning.
Really are magic!
More evidence of the benefits of children being outdoors.
Vitamin D can be used as a slimming aid!
Happy New Year!
When you think of the Czech Republic, what comes to mind? Beer? Prague? Environmental education?
I hear you muttering “so what?” as you read this.
Clothing gets dirty outdoors. That’s a fact.
I want to see more children cycling around in Scotland.
I have arrived in Sweden to find autumn.
Does it matter what your hair looks like once you have removed your hat?
A first timer at the Scottish Learning Festival.
Arguably particle physics is a financial black hole…
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