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Juliet Robertson

Juliet Robertson is an education consultant who specialises in outdoor learning. Prior to becoming a consultant, Juliet was a head teacher at three schools; making her more than qualified to help others improve their practice. She also writes the popular education blog, ‘I’m a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!’ where she illustrates her ideas and enthusiasm for learning outdoors.


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Publications by Juliet Robertson

Dirty Teaching

Juliet Robertson offers tips and tricks to help any primary…

Messy Maths

The world is a mathematical place. The natural and built…

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Give your old tarp a mathematical makeover

January 21 2017

Do you have an old worn out tarp tucked away in a cupboard or shed, collecting dust and guilt? I never liked to throw away a tarp as it's a sheet of plastic and will take a long time to rot in a landfill site. Last spring, as I was writing the draft of my Messy Maths book, I realised the old tarps were ripe and ready for a mathematical makeover...

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Pokémon Go – 7 Game-changing Approaches to Learning Outside

January 15 2017

Last year I spent a lot of time on the road. I've had the privilege of working in many different areas of Australia before visiting several international schools in Hong Kong. I was briefly back home before joining the Education Iceland study trip and conference. About 2 weeks into my Australian visit, fellow blogger, Teacher Tom, suggested I should play Pokémon Go on my tour. He wrote about his initial experiences in this blog post. Now given that I've never been the gaming type and am bored silly by most computer games I try, I was curious to find out more. When people who's opinions you value, give you their thoughts, you cannot but chew over them.

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