Explore webinars, books, research and other resources on environmental education and sustainability.
Visit Te Kete Ipurangi | NZ Curriculum Online to explore the rationale and pedagogy of EfS, along with stories of schools and ākonga.
Carla Wilson brings together research on the principles for effectively engaging young people with nature.
NZCER Researcher Rachel Bolstad and teachers Kate and Brent from Ao Tawhiti in Ōtautahi discuss ideas, opportunities and examples.
A Māori Soil Sovereignty and Wellbeing Handbook: Jessica Hutchings and Jo Smith explore Māori relationships with soil and food.
A guide for increasing people's connection with nature, from the world-leading research team at the University of Derby, UK.
This Education Gazette article includes interviews with education researchers and leaders, along with stories of empowered ākonga.
This RNZ interview with Celia Hogan from Little Kiwis Nature Play provides an excellent overview for kaiako and whānau.
Sarah Hopkinson gives an engaging tour of the Pūtātara website and teachers from Fergusson Intermediate share their inspiring story.
This NZCER research summary has clear advice to help schools transition to a low-carbon future and support action on climate change.
Shawn Cooper shares his insights on embedding mātauranga and developing local curriculum.
Sally Carson (NZ Marine Studies Centre) and Paul Murray (Para Kore) discuss partnerships and projects for primary schools and kura.
Move over astrology, it’s time to return to the Māori lunar calendar.
NZCER research briefing exploring climate justice, and the interconnections with indigenous worldviews and rights-based frameworks.
Support for teachers and leaders to develop localised, place-responsive, student-centred school camp programmes.
Menstruation and rainbow-inclusive practices in the outdoors, including diverse stories and practical tips for educators.
Educators Andrea Soanes and Lyn Rogers are joined by teacher Kate Rivers, with inspiring examples from Rangi Ruru in Ōtautahi.
Juliet Batten's books support kaiako and whānau to learn about and connect more deeply with seasonal changes, stories and rituals.