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At 5:11am on June 19, 2010, Jane Acton said…
Thanks Suz. The teachers newtwork sounds great and I shall definately try to get involved with this.
Not sure why you did not get my original message and wonder if others also had difficulty. I am keen to find out what research and evidence gathering everyone is doing to prove the efficacybeing in the natural world with children. We for example are using standardized sdq andf EL qus with children, parents and teachers pre and post.
My visions is that indoor schools will embrace outr agenda so fully that all children are taught outside as part of everyday curricula. In order to acheive thsi we need to prove ourselves.
Would you be willing to post this on to others to debate?
Graet to meet like minded souls!
At 9:05pm on June 16, 2010, Kids4Trees said…
Thanks for the kind comments. Let me know if interested in participating in a Kids4Trees project in your area/forest.

Stephen
At 3:02am on June 15, 2010, Bill Gerlach said…
Hi Suz -- Thanks for the welcome and the comments on The New Pursuit. Feedback has been fantastic. Looking forward to digging around C&NN and connecting with others. Be well!
At 11:42am on June 6, 2010, Jessica Riley said…
Thanks, Susan! Yes, it looks like a wonderful place to connect with like minds! I'm happy to be here and hope to connect families and children to my books. Best, Jessica :)
At 11:20am on June 5, 2010, Louise Boyd Cadwell said…
thank you for the welcome. I am glad to be a part of this network. Just heard Bill McKibbon speak at Middlebury Reunion. Powerful time to be alive and a lot of work to do.
At 11:40am on May 26, 2010, Jonah Holland said…
Glad to connect with you here Suz! Can't wait to share some of the great things that Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is doing to support the movement!
At 3:34pm on May 24, 2010, Tovar Cerulli said…
Hi Suz - Thanks for your kind welcome comment, and apologies for my belated reply. I've had a crazy few weeks and am just coming up for air. Yes, I look forward to finding ways to engage with the great folks who are involved with C&NN! - Tovar
At 4:42am on May 22, 2010, Lori G. Ryan said…
Thanks for the warm welcome Suz! The site is so worthwhile as a place for sharing resources and learning together and your page is beautiful. Looking forward to being in touch. Lori
At 10:12am on May 21, 2010, Carmen Field said…
Thanks so much Suz! We have a glorious sunny day and already I've heard from parents that their kids woke up saying "It's Mud Games Day!" I'll report back to you all with photos sometime over the weekend :o)
Carmen
At 1:30am on May 21, 2010, Charley May said…
Hey, thanks for the welcome! This is such a great resource and a community of people clearly passionate about getting kids in the outdoors. Always happy to contribute and hopefully mine the experience of the committed people on this network too. Kindest, Charley May.
At 2:52pm on May 20, 2010, Marsha Rakestraw said…
Thanks so much for your welcome, Suz. Glad to be here! I love learning from and collaborating with other educators.
At 2:11pm on May 20, 2010, Henry Correia said…
Hi Suz, nice to meet you, looks like a very nice site and I am glad I came across. I believe we may have allot in common that I sure will be shared in the future . Thank You
Henry
At 3:54pm on May 17, 2010, Shawn Moriarty said…
Suz:
Thank you for the welcome to the C&NN NINg site! It is great to be part of this active group! I look forward to a long, green, and enjoyable connection here!
Shawn Moriarty
At 9:45am on May 12, 2010, Wolfgang said…
Dear Suz

Thanks for your message. Yeah, I will join some more groups and I really hope for some positive reply. As I wrote before we just created a Forum for Cameroon under the theme "children for nature". Kids and teachers in Cameroon are enthusiastic but unfortunately the reply from aproad is low. Here is the link once again: www.wildplanetecoproject.org/wpe-forum/

There are more than 600 photos on our homepage. Simply visit the photogallery. Most photos are related to nature because I like the wildlife photography.

More about our work here soon. I just get organized.

Best wishes from Cameroon

Wolfgang
At 7:39am on May 12, 2010, Kristine Johnson said…
Thanks, Suz. I did join the Charlotte Mason group. My dear friend Naomi just created the group hoping to raise awareness how the educational philosophy of Charlotte Mason aligns so well with the purpose of this network. Glad to have found it.
At 4:18pm on May 11, 2010, Susie Valdez said…
Thanks for the welcome. I must admit I'm new to this type of learning so bare with me! I am the director of the Boulder Jewish Community Center's preschool. I've been in early childhood education for over 22 years and am always searching for new ideas. Living in the beautiful city of Boulder lends itself naturally to the "outdoor classroom" and while we spend much of our time outside with children, I'm looking at ways to future this experience.
At 2:47pm on May 5, 2010, Rhonda Ursulak said…
Thanks Suz! I am excited I found this too! Very excited to browse, ask, share and learn!
At 11:46am on April 29, 2010, Blake Linnekin said…
Thanks Suz! Glad I found this site and look forward to going through to see everything that is going on here and trying to share some information with everyone.
At 1:23pm on April 28, 2010, Rebecca Lippa said…
Thanks Suz, I just took a position with the Maryland Park Service as a naturalist in The Soldier's Delight Natural Environmental Area...
I'm looking forward to creating some rockin' new programs for families and students of all ages and glad to have a resource like C&NN
At 2:47pm on April 27, 2010, Lindsey Brander said…
Suz,
Thanks! I was so excited when I stumbled on this forum. As a special education teacher I am very interested in exploring nature based therapies for children with autism, ADHA and other behavior disorders. I look forward to accessing the resources and chatting with my fellow nature lovers.

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