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Nature Journaling can open doors to interdisciplinary studies in your classroom. Experience activities uniquely suited to developing the powers of observation. Use nature identification books. Review drawing techniques easily taught and used by anyone. Discover some great journal starter exercises. Explore links between sketching, writing, and identifying that awaken curiosity and deepen knowledge about the environment. Bring a lunch. Target audience: teachers K-12; environmental and art educators. Location: Minnesota Valley Refuge, Bloomington, MN. See www.fws.gov/midwest/MinnesotaValley.
O'Brien, Pamela, "ENED7635-01.Nature Drawing&Journaling.F16.O'Brien,Pamela" (2016). Syllabi. 10739.