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Emotional Intelligence

Posts discussing emotional intelligence and the role it plays in building self-esteem and developing healthy relationships with ourselves and others

November 3, 2019

Well, I’m dusting off the ol' Forest Schooled keyboard. It’s been a while since I’ve written a blog here. Life moves and sways, shifting where energy was once placed into other facets and callings. But I’ve missed it, missed writing, sharing, and connecting with all of...

September 1, 2019

Okay, you know that feeling when you have an idea and then someday that idea becomes a reality? It's an amazing feeling and one I am so happy to share with you now! 

Three and a half years ago I started writing Forest Schooled. It was purely a space for me to share stor...

I've been branching out on blog writing and am sharing my stories on other pages in addition to Forest Schooled. Follow the link to the blog for the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada!

Trusting Children to Resolve Conflicts in Play

I've been branching out on blog writing and am sharing my stories on other pages in addition to Forest Schooled. Follow the link to find out if the forest is really magic on the blog for the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada!

Is the forest really magic?

I've been branching out on blog writing and am sharing my stories on other pages in addition to Forest Schooled. Follow the link to find out how I answered the question "So, what do you do about puddles?!" on the blog for the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada!

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March 24, 2019

In the Starting a Forest School Program from Scratch series I described the steps I took to get a couple of programmes up and running in my area. It involved partnering with a local nonprofit to run a weekend programme as well as partnering with a local public school t...

January 5, 2019

This is a tough one for me to write, but here goes... 

One of my missions in Forest School and even through writing this blog has been to advocate for and provide opportunities for children to play... to play freely, with autonomy, and the time to pursue their own ideas...

September 30, 2018

The other day at Forest School a five year old named Ryan approached me with tears in his eyes. He was calm, but also clearly upset. He proceeded to tell me what had happened that had brought him to tears:

"I was trying to climb that hill over there, but then I slipped...

June 3, 2018

If you've been following along with me over the past several months, you may have caught my ramblings here and there about how I'm working towards a masters degree in environmental education at the moment. That means that along with getting to deliver Forest School pro...

May 12, 2018

I feel like a bit of a Forest School hypocrite when I say that I've made conscious decisions about how to "structure" the Forest School sessions I lead. It feels hypocritical because Forest School is not really meant to be "structured." It's about being learner-led, fl...

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