Te Whakatika Journal: Autumn 2024

Te Whakatika Journal: Autumn 2024
The Aotearoa NZ Professional Practice Journal for Outdoor and Environmental Learning

Te Whakatika is a collaboration between Education Outdoors NZ and the NZ Association for Environmental Education. Sitting at the nexus of academic inquiry and educational practice, Te Whakatika seeks to create a space to share good practice, innovative ideas, and critical engagement in outdoor and environmental learning.

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Articles in Autumn 2024 Issue

Te Kauwhata Community Compost Hub by Paul Murray

Connection to nature and crafting skills at Dawson Primary School by Tracey-Lee Dalton

Stories from the front line by Anne Bieleski

Kiwi Forever: How a marae-based conservation programme impacts beginning teachers by Chris Eames, Janina Suppers, Leigh-ana Beard

Digging your way out of trouble: navigating conflict and big feelings with non violent communication by Katie and Gareth Oliver

The use of the outdoors in the unrelenting pursuit to enhance our hauora by Tracey-Lee Dalton

Developing a fatality prevention mindset by Mike Brown

Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari by Phil Margetts

International Research News

Resources, Providers and PLD Support for Educators

Past issues of Te Whakatika can be accessed from the EONZ website here.

The next issue will be published towards the end of 2024 and we welcome expressions of interest at any time, by contacting editor@eonz.org.nz