In no particular order, and certainly not exhaustive, these are books that the LOST team members have read and would recommend!
Over the next few weeks we will add a blurb/comments/review… in the meantime – hopefully sometimes you can judge a book by its cover 🙂
In Dirty Teaching, Juliet Robertson, of Creative Star , offers tips and tricks to help any primary school teacher to kick-start or further develop their outdoor practice. One of the keys to a happy and creative classroom is getting out of it and this book will give you the confidence to do just that. Drawing on academic research, Juliet explains why learning outdoors is so beneficial and provides plenty of tips and activities to help you to integrate outdoor learning into your teaching practice, providing a broad range of engaging outdoor experiences for your students.
Here is a video of Juliet herself telling you more about it.
In Messy Maths: A Playful, Outdoor Approach for Early Years, Juliet Robertson offers a rich resource of ideas that will inspire you to tap into the endless supply of patterns, textures, colours and quantities of the outdoors and deepen children s understanding of maths through hands-on experience.
Here is another video of Juliet, telling you all about Messy Maths.
This book by George Gilchrist retired Head Teacher, offers an accessible, step-by-step guide to practitioner enquiry. George tweets @GilchristGeorge .