Ten Strands stands united in the grief felt around the country following the school shooting on May 24 at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. We extend our heartfelt condolences to all those affected by this act of violence and share in the urgency to ensure educational environments safeguard children and inspire physical and mental […]
We offer five ways to merge your Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage lessons with outdoor learning.
In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we have a few ideas about how to marry lessons with environmental learning. Here are five ways to merge your AAPI Heritage observation with outdoor instruction. Outdoor Reading: AAPI Heritage month offers a wonderful opportunity to delve into great literature on pioneers, history, or haiku. […]
Author Katie Worth discusses her new book, Miseducation: How Climate Change is Taught in America, during a Q&A.
We spoke with four recent SXSW EDU panelists to discuss the future of outdoor learning.
Ten Strands Founder and President Will Parish poetically shares his motivations and path to being grounded in environmental work.
When the National COVID-19 Outdoor Learning Initiative (NCOLI) was launched at the height of the pandemic in 2020, it sought to stem the inequities in education exacerbated by COVID-19. Two years later, founding partners Ten Strands, Green Schoolyards America, the Lawrence Hall of Science, and San Mateo County Office of Education are considering the impact […]
We interviewed Terra Linda High School junior Sarah Mondesir about her unique project, “Flavor Profiles,” a cookbook that tells the story of Black women who have lost their lives through police violence.