Making this look like barn wood could possibly be the most important step! I was very nervous to complete this because messing this up could ruin the look of my whole project. Using what I learned when I practiced this on the extra piece of lumber, I stained the boards grey. Like I learned from … Continue reading Don’t Mess This Up
Thanks for the great semester! We did it guys 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UytQyQNbU6g
As someone who has aspired to be an educator pretty much my whole life I have always thought it was important to spend time outside with my class, and I think kids really do want to be outside. When I was doing my “Workplace 10” class in high school I was working in a grade … Continue reading Incorporating EE in my class
My action-learning journey was definitely interesting. I found every project that was presented interesting, and from this experience I changed my habits that were not just from my project. It was cool to have friends in other projects, and we would talk about our projects quite often. I was learning from what they learnt, and … Continue reading Action Learning Experience
When I think about my eco-identity I think of my cabin at Emma Lake, Sk. Emma Lake is highly populated, and not very “woodsy” itself. I do not really like this lake for these reasons, but luckily our cabin is about 1-2 miles away in a little place called Rothenburg. Even though it is less … Continue reading The Blessing Behind Zero Cell Service
Throughout the last two months this class my thinking has been challenged and changed in many ways. The most impactful time was when David Orr stated that “all education is environmental education” (Orr, 12). Unfortunately, environmental education is not a topic commonly discussed, and therefore I had not heard of it much before. It had … Continue reading In The Middle Of Things
When I was around eight or nine years old I was learning about pioneers and First Nations people and found a huge love for it. So, my parents gave me my great grandmas Little House on the Prairie novel set. I read all nine books within the year, and loved them. Following the books, my … Continue reading What Was Here Before Us?