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Shout it from the Mountaintop: January 23, 2015

“When truly present in nature, we do use all our senses at the same time, which is the optimum state of learning.”  ― Richard Louv

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: January 16, 2015

“Our sensitivity to nature, and our humility within it, are essential to our physical and spiritual survival.  ― Richard Louv

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: January 2, 2015

“The Environmental Protection Agency now warns us that indoor air pollution is the nation’s number one environmental threat to health- and it’s from two to ten times worse than outdoor air pollution.

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: December 26, 2014

“The physical exercise and emotional stretching that children enjoy in unorganized play is more varied and less time-bound than is found in organized sports. Playtime—especially unstructured, imaginative, exploratory play—is increasingly recognized as an essential component of wholesome child development.”  ― Richard Louv

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: December 19, 2014

“If you can’t live in the land you love, love the land you’re in.”  ― Richard Louv

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: December 12, 2014

“Unlike television, reading does not swallow the senses or dictate thought. Reading stimulates the ecology of the imagination.” ― Richard Louv

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Cross-Curricular Communication

When I began the module Communicating Research, for which this blog, the presentation and newspaper article encompass; there’s one thing I did not expect and that’s to have to grasp a basic understanding of Swedish, Norwegian, philosophy and psychology! 904 more words