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Global Education Management. This kindergarten designed by architect Takaharu Tezuka lets kids learn in an open environment. Start #OutdoorsLearning early in children’s life. Use #OutdoorsClassrooms. Add #FieldTrips to educational programs. #BeOutsideOfTheBox #BeOutsideOfTheClassroom. #BeOutdoorsLearner. #GlobalLearning_Japan.

Let’s explore options to expand learning beyond textbooks and classes. #BeAGlobalOutdoorsLearner.

How to Explore for Outdoors Learning Opportunities in your Professional Learning Experiences?

How are you able to improve your professional learning by adding extra curriculum outdoors activities and best practices? Search your workplace, industry, and community. Identify places, companies, activities and resources you can use to expand your formal learning and complement your learning objectives. Share websites, social media, technologies, or videos and related them to your current courses or modules in a course. Add hashtags if needed.

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The Dome Houses at Marco Island. Live report by Dr. David S. Chen. #kayaking ==> Amazing kayaking adventure today as 8 intrepid sea kayakers paddled 12 miles round trip through strong winds, waves and current to see the remains of the Dome Houses off Cape Romano South of Marco Island, FL. #SFP #SFPaddlers #SouthFloridaPaddlers #MiamiKayakClub


Exploring Castillo de Loarre


Exploring Castillo de Loarre


Exploring Castillo de Loarre


Exploring Castillo de Loarre

The castle of Loarre, located in Huesca (Spain), is the best Romanesque fortress in Europe. One of the oldest in Spain. It was built in the most dangerous moments of the reconquest, in the eleventh century, when the Christian kingdoms would have passed to the south of the peninsula. Sancho III, king of Navarre, ordered to build it as advance guard on the Hole of Huesca. The castle was extended by the King of Aragón and Navarra Sancho Ramírez.






Ani Santorini

Ani Gonzalez is an artist and writer who lives in Benalmadena near Malaga, Spain. She writes, paints and travels to beautiful destinations. Visit her posts in Prague and Benalmadena.

Feeling happy to part of.. Divisional level rover and rangers #nature#study 🌿🌈🌎and #trekking #camp held at #Sirsi #Karnataka #India




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Meet our collaborator Sharmin Banu from India

Esta ciudad no puede ser más bella! – Ani Gonzalez


Prague, Czech Republic


Prague, Czech Republic

Excursión a Karlovi Vari ! Pueblo balneario de aguas termales! Una joya checa😃


Karlovi Vari


Karlovi Vari


Karlovi Vari


Karlovi Vari

“Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) es una ciudad termal en la región de Bohemia occidental de República Checa. Sus numerosos manantiales termales la han convertido en un centro turístico muy popular desde el siglo XIX. El distrito de termas del río es el hogar de varias columnatas con pasarelas. La moderna Hot Spring Colonnade alberga el géiser Pramen Vřídlo, que alcanza hasta 12 metros de altura.” – Wikipedia

Nothing is better than paddling with fellow kayakers on a beautiful Sunday morning in Miami, Florida #MiamiKayakClub  #SFPaddlers  #SouthFloridaPaddlers @ Coral Reef Park


Urban kayaking offers new outdoors lessons about city planning and development


Urban kayaking offers new outdoors lessons about city planning and development





🇺🇲 #stage18 
The last straight is behind us! Last days, quite exhausting, ended in Whitehorse 
After Haines Junction, we had two nights in the wild. The first of them managed to plan after 75km. There was no one in the Rest Area so once again we let ourselves annex the toilets and garbage can Next night, not very planned, took place at the nice private possession, where very nice owner allowed us to camp in her garden. These nights can be classified as frosty. The worst moment of day at this temperature is the morning. We do not dare compare to the winter stages and their – 30 degrees  For us, the day started with chilly – 10 degrees and finding a fragment of the sun and drying everything we can – sleeping bags, sleeping bags protecting against moisture, tents and mats (in case of doubt – we explain: the sleeping bags were wet from high humidity ). Then breakfast lasts, and after that we begin the process of rolling up the camp. After this time, most often you are hungry again;) 🏕 🏕
After two days we arrived at the unofficial goal of our trip – Takhini Hotsprings!  Hot springs, or rather two hot pools, gave us a moment of relax  🏊  
Sunday – time for Whitehorse. We settled the meeeting with Father Sławek. After our arrival, at 4.55 pm, the priest picked us up in five minutes for dinner with his parishioners. Tired and dirty but incredibly happy we talked eagerly about the project 
To sum up: 17 days of driving, 1020 km, distance vertically: up to 5040 m, down 4500 m, 11 nights under the tent, two torn bags, six patched holes in inner tubes. Three elks, many squirrels and dozens of gophers. A million smiles, a lot of happiness, an incredible amount of wonderful views. Burned from the sun right sides of the face and bleached butts 
It was worth it! Mission completed successfully. The whole route is cycled by a complete team of stage 18 
#bike #rower #sztafetarowerowa #bikerelay #canada#canadaonbikes #journey #adventure #bikejamboree#aroundtheworld #adventureahead




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We went to Cumberland Island National Seashore taking a ferry from St. Marys, Georgia with staff members of L’Arche Rainbow Workshop from Jacksonville, Florida. We hiked to Sea Camp Beach to have a great yoga class under the sun. – Flor Lepervanche

Crossing the dunes from Sea Camp to the beach.

Welcome to Sea Camp Beach

See more photos in Cumberland Island: Google Photos Cumberland Island 2018