Resources, tips and recommendations for teachers

Join educational researcher Nina Alonso for this podcast series as she shares powerful stories from teachers around the world, talking in their own words about their own experiences. 

In the previous episode of Teachers’ Voices, Nina heard from four inspiring guests about connecting children to nature so that it becomes more central in their learning and development.

In this special mini episode, Nina ends the season with recommendations and tips from those guests. Hear from Luis Alberto Camargo, Joaquin Leguia, Jeff Barrett, and Sal Gordon. Nina also speaks to Emma, a forest school teacher, who shares helpful resources for teachers and families to bring nature to kids’ lives. 

Thank you to all of the educators and researchers who contributed to the second season of Teachers’ Voices. We’re busy working on season three and can’t wait to share more stories from teachers around the world with you later in the year.

Luis Alberto Camargo

Sal Gordon
Green SchoolTwitter, Instagram, Facebook

Jeff Barrett
Blue Mountain Wild SchoolResearch, Facebook, Instagram


Joaquin Leguia

Resources and recommendations
IUCN Resources
‘Belonging’, an inspiring wordless picture book about re-greening the cities by Jeannie Baker 
The Woodland Trust
David Sobel
Children’s land TiNi
Forest schools
Do children benefit from forest school?

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