Wondering while wandering through the research if anyone knows of research in relation to gender specific studies of boys or girls in nature? When I was teaching creative dance a thew decades ago I…Continue
"This looks like quite an old topic...4 years old! I'm wondering how you're going in connecting Australian nature enthusiasts? two friends and I are starting a forest school in Port Macquarie, NSW and would love to learn from people who…"
"Hi Suz, thanks for this article, one of the things I love about Australia is still plenty of space where there is no reception. However I did notice in my last trip out into the Wollemi National Park, that I was getting reception where I could not…"
"Hi, I have recently joined the board of Wilderness Treatment Australia Foundation as Outdoor Director and look forward to hearing more from other practitioners of Wilderness Therapy. www.wildernesstreatment.org.au
"Hi Dennison, I have sent my resume and cover letter. Are you able to assist in finding out how my application is progressing? Also if you have had overseas staff before some idea of how I might approach a working visa for contract work. Thanks so…"
I have presently started a Doctorate in Education at Wollongong University in Australia. My research area is in Environmental Attitude in Teenagers. I have found the work of Louise Chawla in 2006: 'Learning to Love the…"
"Geoff I think you might be moderator of this Group? If so can we have a photo next to our Group? I would also like to express my interest in moderating this group if no one else has time? In Nature Yeshi"
"Hi i am putting together a voicethread for my school. Does anyone have an image of a pie chart showing the shift within a decade from how much time children spend in front of digital technology and outdoors?"
"Hi Caro yes lets stir the pot. And maybe like my son used to do with his friends when little. They would fill it with lots of water, soil, grass and leaves to make a lovely outdoor soup.
Wonder why we do not have a photo on CNN group site? I am…"
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I've recently returned to Australia so I'm still getting up to speed with the OE situation here. However one of my friends here, that worked in OE for a long time echos your…"
Yeshi offers an integrated approach drawing from his path of thirty five years in Wilderness Education, Psychotherapy, Social Ecology, Meditation and Dance. This includes living five years on five continents learning shamanic traditions from various Teachers. He guides individuals to presence so they can experience a reconnection within themselves, with the earth and with others. A pioneer of modern outdoor education and executive coaching in Australia he has fifteen years work experience in corporate leadership including Managing Director of Compass Learning a highly successful company specialising in Leadership and Transformation.
From his home in the World Heritage Blue Mountains and Wollemi region Yeshi is the Outdoor director for Wilderness Treatment Australia Foundation and works with rights of passage transformational journeys, dancing in nature, ritual performance and ceremony.
I've recently returned to Australia so I'm still getting up to speed with the OE situation here. However one of my friends here, that worked in OE for a long time echos your comments.
Glad you like the photo but unfortunately you can't borrow it. The copyright is held by the Countryside Alliance Foundation, which I no longer work for. If you wanted to borrow it you would have to get in contact with them for permission.
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I've just been asked to create an "International C&NN Connect" group so please do stop by and say hello there. It will provide a place for people to share news, views, ideas and activities from all over the world.
Oh yes...and the Scotland group welcomes members from all over the world too.
Hi Suz - thank you for the welcome - a whole new world opening up for me - I have been doing my own importance of Nature here in the Blue Mountains with children and adults. I feel a wellstream of allies from discovering Children and Nature. Yes the website has really helped thank you. Yeshi
Hi Yeshi! Welcome to C&NN. You have a really exciting background. I'm sure you have a lot to offer the group. I hope you'll make yourself at home here, join discussions and groups, post pictures and blogs and otherwise share and enjoy resources.
We "met" on Facebook. Were you able to find some research on the childrenandnature.org web site? Let me know if if was helpful to you. Cheers!