The benefits of outdoor learning on science teaching
Issue 16 | Page 40 | Published Jan 2019
The aim of this article is to start to marry practice-based work in schools with the wider research base. Here, we look at the impact of outdoor learning on EAL children, the curriculum, the teachers and community, and how a science trail can support multisensory learning.
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