Lyndie Bradshaw
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Teacher Development Conference set to Re-Inspire Classrooms across the Colorado Plateau

PLATEAU Conference – STEAMING Across the PlateauMarch 5 – 6Canyon Country Discovery CenterMonticello, UT Four Corners School of Outdoor Education presents the annual PLATEAU Conference, providing teachers working in schools across the Colorado Plateau with opportunities to gain knowledge and inspiration from…See More
Jan 29, 2016
Lyndie Bradshaw's blog post was featured

Tanka Haiku (Japanese poetry of interconnectedness to nature)

http://reconnectnature.blogspot.com/ In the Park - Santiago Creek ParkGirl walks along trunk,She is told to get down now,I give a small grin,I promise to not deny,Our children will play again.  Oak on the Embankment - Fremont CanyonI am aged seasons,I collect webs on branches, Rock starting to crack,Precariously placed here,Life will not last in seasons. See More
Sep 26, 2011
Lyndie Bradshaw commented on Elizabeth Renton's group children's built environments
"NEEDED! Letter of recomendat​ion for Orange County Coast Keeper Natural Playground! Hello My name is Lyndie Bradshaw I am beginning to start consulting as Reconnect Nature to provide an opportunity for a natural playground with non-profit…"
Sep 12, 2011
Lyndie Bradshaw posted a blog post

Tanka Haiku (Japanese poetry of interconnectedness to nature)

http://reconnectnature.blogspot.com/ In the Park - Santiago Creek ParkGirl walks along trunk,She is told to get down now,I give a small grin,I promise to not deny,Our children will play again.  Oak on the Embankment - Fremont CanyonI am aged seasons,I collect webs on branches, Rock starting to crack,Precariously placed here,Life will not last in seasons. See More
Sep 8, 2011
Lyndie Bradshaw posted a blog post

Tanka Haiku (Japanese poetry of interconnectedness to nature)

http://reconnectnature.blogspot.com/ In the Park - Santiago Creek ParkGirl walks along trunk,She is told to get down now,I give a small grin,I promise to not deny,Our children will play again.  Oak on the Embankment - Fremont CanyonI am aged seasons,I collect webs on branches, Rock starting to crack,Precariously placed here,Life will not last in seasons. See More
Sep 3, 2011
John Thielbahr left a comment for Lyndie Bradshaw
"Lyndie, thanks for joining the Natural Teachers Network. Please continue to share your passion for getting kids to write about nature for educators on this Group site. I know it sounds so simple but there are a lot of educators who just don't…"
Sep 13, 2010
John Thielbahr commented on Lyndie Bradshaw's blog post Reconnect Nature Writing Workshops "random acts of nature"
"Lyndie, this is such an important activity to not only get kids into the natural world but to get them to observe, engage their curiosity, and get them to write about it. I hope you will join the Natural Teachers Network to share your experiences…"
Sep 6, 2010
Lyndie Bradshaw's blog post was featured

Reconnect Nature Writing Workshops "random acts of nature"

We are in full swing and after finishing the second day of writing in nature with complete engagement. The community here is a great resource for urban and natural living. Although it was difficult to express the purpose of such a workshop, some just knew it was just what they needed. We hope to continue and learn simple ways to connect the community every day to the areas within reach. Success story, with teenagers, we engaged them and asked if they wanted to participate as they were walking…See More
Sep 5, 2010
Lyndie Bradshaw posted a blog post

Reconnect Nature Writing Workshops "random acts of nature"

We are in full swing and after finishing the second day of writing in nature with complete engagement. The community here is a great resource for urban and natural living. Although it was difficult to express the purpose of such a workshop, some just knew it was just what they needed. We hope to continue and learn simple ways to connect the community every day to the areas within reach. Success story, with teenagers, we engaged them and asked if they wanted to participate as they were walking…See More
Sep 5, 2010
Suz Lipman left a comment for Lyndie Bradshaw
"P.S. I encourage you to blog here (or repost your blog pieces.) There is a great community of nature writers (and readers) here."
Aug 24, 2010
Suz Lipman left a comment for Lyndie Bradshaw
"Hi Lyndie! Welcome to the forum. I'm glad you found us. The writing on your blog is lovely an your workshops sound fantastic. (I wished I lived in proximity to take one.) I hope you'll make yourself at home on the forum, continue to keep…"
Aug 24, 2010
Lyndie Bradshaw posted an event

Reconnect Nature Writing Workshops at Santa Ana CA

September 3, 2010 at 4pm to September 5, 2010 at 7pm
Reconnect Nature is a small project working with the Author Sarah Rafael Garcia to host a FREE three day workshop for Santa Ana City residents. This program is made possible by the Building a Healthy Community and the California Endowment. If you have anyone who might be interested in attending a workshop or families within the Santa Ana City limits please let them know about the program we are offering, we are hoping to coordinate this program for other city/county programs to offer the…See More
Aug 18, 2010

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Teacher Development Conference set to Re-Inspire Classrooms across the Colorado Plateau

PLATEAU Conference – STEAMING Across the Plateau

March 5 – 6

Canyon Country Discovery Center

Monticello, UT

 

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Reconnect Nature Writing Workshops "random acts of nature"

We are in full swing and after finishing the second day of writing in nature with complete engagement. The community here is a great resource for urban and natural living. Although it was difficult to express the purpose of such a workshop, some just knew it was just what they needed. We hope to continue and learn simple ways to connect the community every day to the areas within reach. Success story, with teenagers, we engaged them and asked if they wanted to participate as they were walking… Continue

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At 9:01am on September 13, 2010, John Thielbahr said…
Lyndie, thanks for joining the Natural Teachers Network. Please continue to share your passion for getting kids to write about nature for educators on this Group site. I know it sounds so simple but there are a lot of educators who just don't think about it and don't know how to use the natural world as a classroom, especially for teenagers, a tough group to connect with. Many thanks for your participation. John
At 8:01am on August 24, 2010, Suz Lipman said…
P.S. I encourage you to blog here (or repost your blog pieces.) There is a great community of nature writers (and readers) here.
At 8:00am on August 24, 2010, Suz Lipman said…
Hi Lyndie! Welcome to the forum. I'm glad you found us. The writing on your blog is lovely an your workshops sound fantastic. (I wished I lived in proximity to take one.) I hope you'll make yourself at home on the forum, continue to keep us posted, and that you find this a rich source of resources and camaraderie.
 
 
 

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