I have been teaching K-12 education since 1997 with most of my experience in private and homeschool education. Since 2003, I have studied progressive education and I consider myself a progressive, alternative educator. I specialize in thematic nature connecting units integrating the arts, math, writing, science, literature and history. I have seven years of experience leading youth outdoor activities including beginners birding, animal tracking, stream and pond studies, hiking, plant ID and primitive skills.
I consider myself a facilitator offering educators and youth tools, short powerful teaching nuggets and to move out of the eager learners way allowing them freedom to explore their curiosity in a free exploration eLearning center set up with my PowerPoint lessons accompanied by activity guides connected to a virtual library of resources per lesson and course I teach online. I am there as a guide and mentor to assistant my students in their learning journey. I believe humans learn best when they're most passionate and desirous to learn something. The real juice for a learner is when they're excited to learn. If they are not interested in learning something, they probably won't learn it and should have the freedom to move onto something they are excited to learn about!
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I have a BA in K-12 eduction from Maryland Bible College and Seminary and Kamana I and II certificates of completion from the Wilderness Awareness School with grad course study from Fresno University.
NatureGlo is a full time RVer traveling the west coast USA. Check out NatureGlo's eScience on social media: https://www.facebook.com/natureglo1 https://www.pinterest.com/natureglo/ https://twitter.com/natureglo1 https://plus.google.com/u/0/
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Math, Geometry, Numbers, Other (Math), Science, Archaeology, Biology, Earth Sciences, Environment, Physics, Other (Science), Social Studies - History, Ancient History, World History, Middle Ages, Arts & Music, Art History, Visual Arts, Other, Geography, Other (Social Studies - History), Holidays/Seasonal, Winter