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Outside In – Inside Out: Incorporating Outdoor Experiences into the Classroom. Presented by the Key School Outdoor Education Department, AIMS 2008. “The child in nature is an endangered species, and the health of children and the health of the Earth are inseparable.”.

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Outside In – Inside Out: Incorporating Outdoor Experiences into the Classroom

Presented by the Key School Outdoor Education Department, AIMS 2008

Outside In -- Inside Out: Incorporating Outdoor Experiences Into The Classroom

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“The child in nature is an endangered species, and the health of children and the health of the Earth are inseparable.”

http://richardlouv.com/

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“Martin Luther King taught us that the success of any social movement depends on its ability to depict a world where people will want to go. Thinking about children’s need for nature helps us begin to paint a picture of that world – which must be done, because the price of not painting that picture is too high.”

-Richard Louv (richardlouv.com/last-child-movement)