Teaching with the Sky as a Ceiling A review about the significance of outdoor teaching for children ’ s learning in compulsory school

@inproceedings{Faskunger2018TeachingWT,
  title={Teaching with the Sky as a Ceiling A review about the significance of outdoor teaching for children ’ s learning in compulsory school},
  author={Johan Faskunger and Anders Szczepanski and Petter {\AA}kerblom},
  year={2018}
}
Johan Faskunger Anders Szczepanski Petter Åkerblom Skrifter från Forum för ämnesdidaktik Linköpings universitet nr 11 The environments or contexts that teachers choose for their pedagogical activities – in the classroom as well as out of doors – are important for successful schoolwork. The purpose of this research review is to collect and describe current scientific evidence as to how outdoor teaching can influence learning and academic performance among children and youth. 

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