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“Nature Study” as a Subject in the School Curriculum: A Female’s Voice from the Early Days

  • Rhona Miller
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Gender and Education book series (GED)

Abstract

In 1955, the author set out on a 32-year career in teaching. Although trained as a primary school specialist, eight years were spent teaching in secondary schools coupled with a short time assisting on field trips with overseas university students. This chapter is a piecing together the fragments of memories about how the natural world was incorporated into the lessons planned and taught across those decades.

Keywords

Nature School curriculum Children Inquiry method 

References

  1. Cornell, J. (1998). Sharing nature with children: The classic parents’ & teachers’ nature awareness guidebook (2nd ed., 20th anniversary ed.). Nevada City, CA: DAWN Publications.Google Scholar
  2. Hendricks, G., & Wills, R. (1975). The centering book: Awareness activities for children, parents, and teachers. Eaglewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.Google Scholar
  3. Simpson, M. (1976). People of the Western Desert. A multi-media inquiry kit. Sydney, Australia: Teaching Resources Centre, NSW Education Department.Google Scholar

Copyright information

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rhona Miller
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  1. 1.BlackbuttAustralia

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