Raising Wildlings

S2E18: Educated by Nature with Daniel Burton

May 10, 2021 Vicci Oliver and Nicki Farrell Season 2 Episode 18
Raising Wildlings
S2E18: Educated by Nature with Daniel Burton
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Raising Wildlings
S2E18: Educated by Nature with Daniel Burton
May 10, 2021 Season 2 Episode 18
Vicci Oliver and Nicki Farrell

In today's episode we travel to the other side of the country to chat with Daniel Burton, CEO and co-founder of Educated By Nature. I am really excited because these nature immersion programs inspired so much of what we do at Wildlings. Settle in for an enlightening show!

👉  Daniel shares

  • The story of how Educated by Nature began
  • What made him step away from formal education and start a business
  • The importance of time as a resource for nature play
  • Three key values to persuade educators to embrace nature pedagogy
  • Why mentors are essential and how nature supports that framework
  • About rites of passage for children
  • Some of the challenges of running a play-based business 
  • The unseen benefits of nature play 
  • Risky play’s vital place in childhood
  • His favourite aha moments 

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https://www.wildlingsforestschool.com/shop/autumn-song-sheet

👉 Resources & References

https://educatedbynature.com/

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👉 Guest Details

Daniel is the CEO of Educated by Nature, a qualified teacher and nature connection mentor. He considers himself an advocate for connecting children with the natural world, following children’s inbuilt sense of wonder and curiosity as the vehicle to inspire the process of inquiry-based learning. He is passionate about empowering children and providing authentic opportunities for them to grow mentally, physically, socially and emotionally.

👉 Wildlings Forest School Contact Details

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Show Notes

In today's episode we travel to the other side of the country to chat with Daniel Burton, CEO and co-founder of Educated By Nature. I am really excited because these nature immersion programs inspired so much of what we do at Wildlings. Settle in for an enlightening show!

👉  Daniel shares

  • The story of how Educated by Nature began
  • What made him step away from formal education and start a business
  • The importance of time as a resource for nature play
  • Three key values to persuade educators to embrace nature pedagogy
  • Why mentors are essential and how nature supports that framework
  • About rites of passage for children
  • Some of the challenges of running a play-based business 
  • The unseen benefits of nature play 
  • Risky play’s vital place in childhood
  • His favourite aha moments 

👉  Opt In

https://www.wildlingsforestschool.com/shop/autumn-song-sheet

👉 Resources & References

https://educatedbynature.com/

Linked In

Twitter

Facebook

Insta @educatedbynature

Campfire Conversations

Blog

👉 Guest Details

Daniel is the CEO of Educated by Nature, a qualified teacher and nature connection mentor. He considers himself an advocate for connecting children with the natural world, following children’s inbuilt sense of wonder and curiosity as the vehicle to inspire the process of inquiry-based learning. He is passionate about empowering children and providing authentic opportunities for them to grow mentally, physically, socially and emotionally.

👉 Wildlings Forest School Contact Details

Website

Facebook

Instagram

Youtube 

Pinterest

Linked In

👉 Did You Enjoy This Episode? 

If you enjoyed this episode and the Raising Wildlings podcast generally, we have a favour. Please take two minutes to subscribe, and to write a rating and a review. You can do that on Apple Podcasts right now by clicking here. If you are an Android user, you can follow the podcast on Spotify here and Google Podcasts here. Those actions will help the podcast reach more people, and we would be truly grateful. Thank you so much!