As Erika Remedios explains in this essay, teaching science can be so much more than reading a textbook. Students derive more meaning from hands-on activities in nature because they bring concepts to life, making them easier to understand and less distant. What Remedios calls “transactions with nature” are ways to promote collaboration and inspire engagement from students who may otherwise have problems in a traditional classroom setting.
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