Juliet Robertson promotes 'Empty Classroom Day'

13 June 2016

Juliet Robertson, author of Dirty Teaching: A Beginner™s Guide to Learning Outdoors, continues to champion the benefits of outdoor learning in schools nationwide and is currently promoting this Friday™s (June 17th) ˜Empty Classroom Day™ which encourages teachers to go outdoors and teach as a celebration of all that being outside has to offer.

Juliet has even shared an extract from her book, Dirty Teaching, for the cause - which you download from the blog along with some other resources ahead of the day itself.

Click here to read her blog post, and here to visit her homepage.


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