Tools for Teaching about Climate Change

Join John Muir Laws and special guests from the National Center for Science Education for a discussion of best practices in teaching about climate change. According to a 2020 study, 38% of Americans do not accept anthropogenic climate change. Additionally, a 2016 study found that while approximately 75% of science teachers address climate change in Read More

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Sheer Lunacy!

Let's Get ready for the Lunar Eclipse (May 15, 2022)! Join us for a discussion of moon observations and sketching. What can we look for to get more out of this event? Join John Muir Laws for weekly live nature Journaling workshops with tips, techniques, inspiration, teaching strategies, and interviews. Topics are usually announced in Read More

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Lunar Eclipse Watch Party

Join us for a look at the total Lunar Eclipse! We encourage folks to observe and document what you see and share it live. We will keep a special Zoom room open throughout the eclipse. Drop in any time or keep the zoom room open as you go about your evening and share when you Read More

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Nature Journaling that Promotes Authentic Inquiry and Investigation

notice, I wonder, It reminds me of… Words, pictures, numbers… How do we integrate the nature journaling toolkit in ways that promote authentic inquiry and investigation? Learn how to take your I wonder questions and craft them into investigations. Learn how to use the "Let’s see, could it be, let it be" framework to classify your questions and Read More

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Best Practices- Words (Educator’s Forum)

What are the best ways to use words in our nature journals? How can we expand students' tool kits? What works, what doesn't. Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home school parents, and other educators interested in teaching nature journaling skills. Each meeting will have a theme. Read More

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Coastal Cliffs and Waves

Let me show you some problem-solving I did around drawing coastal landscapes. On a recent trip to Monterey, I was flummoxed by drawing the cliffs and sea- a ubiquitous sight in that area. When I got home I played with different strategies and figured out some fast ways to capture the effects I was seen Read More

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Best Practices- Numbers (Educator’s Forum)

What are the best ways to use words in our nature journals? How can we expand students' tool kits? What are the best ways to quantify our observations? How can we play with numbers more dynamically? Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home school parents, and other Read More

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John Busby: nature journaling inspiration

Learn from the artwork of one of the greatest bird sketchers of all time. John Busby made fast sketches a pencil and watercolor wash system that can inspire our own work. Let's study Busby's work and see what we can learn. Join John Muir Laws and Valters Videnieks for a close exploration of the sketches Read More

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International NJ Week Key Concepts

Last week was International Nature Journaling Week and it was all about "Back to Basic". Join us as we discuss & recap key concepts that can be added to our own practice! Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home school parents, and other educators interested in teaching Read More

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Kick off to NJ in Summer!

Join us as we discuss Nature Journaling in Summer. What do we need to take into consideration for the health & safety of ourselves and participants? What are some FUN theme ideas to get us started? See you all then. Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home Read More

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