Natural History From a Learner's Perspective

Anne Bell


This paper explores some of the benefits of, and approaches to, learning through natural history. When taken up as an opportunity for fully-embodied participation in the more-than-human world, natural history can offer an alternative to the fragmented, rationalistic, decontextualized experiences which characterize modern schooling.

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