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A podcast about freelance educators working in natural resource fields and environmental education. Who are these educators? What do they do? Let's find out together.

A podcast about freelance educators working in natural resource fields and environmental education. Who are these educators? What do they do? Let's find out together.
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United States

Description:

A podcast about freelance educators working in natural resource fields and environmental education. Who are these educators? What do they do? Let's find out together.

Language:

English

Contact:

951-384-1465


Episodes

What I Know So Far...

4/15/2019
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Today I share what I have learned about freelance educators through The Freelance Condition Survey. I provide a small peek at how long educators have worked in informal education, how they got their start in the field, and the top five topics they address in their work.

Duration:00:06:42

What is a freelance educator?

4/8/2019
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In this episode we begin to address the components of The Freelance Condition project. We begin by answering the question, "What is a freelance educator?"

Duration:00:05:33

Kimberly Beck, Relational Rewilding Nature Guiding

4/1/2019
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Kimberly Beck is an environmental educator, psychotherapist, and principal at Relational Rewilding Nature Guiding, an educational organization providing rewilding programs, youth mentoring, and nature therapy. In this episode, Kimberly discusses how she designs environmental education experiences from a relational perspective.

Duration:00:39:58

Claudia Diaz Carrasco - Intercultural Competence

3/22/2019
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Claudia Diaz Carrasco is an educator conducting community research about intercultural competence in the Inland Empire area of Southern California. She is also the 4-H Youth Development Coordinator for the University of California Cooperative Extension in Riverside County. I met Claudia last year when I took her five-week intercultural competence workshop. I learned a lot from Claudia and I am thrilled to introduce you to her today. No need to take notes. Download the transcript. Claudia...

Duration:00:42:41

Deb Matlock - Spiritual Arts and Environmental Education

3/15/2019
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Deb Matlock is an educator, mentor, shamanic practitioner, and principal at Wild Rhythms. We discuss how the environmental education (EE) field could be improved, humane education’s role in EE, and why educators should integrate the more-than-human voice into their practice.

Duration:00:41:45

Janice Kelley - Nature Detectives

3/7/2019
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Janice Kelley is an independent informal educator, author, and principal at Nature Detectives, an after-school enrichment program for children with curious minds and a love for problem-solving.

Duration:00:35:11

Sarah Johnson - Wild Rose Education

2/28/2019
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Sarah Johnson is the founder and principal of Wild Rose Education, a woman-owned small business providing place-based workshops for educators, youth leadership opportunities, and environmental education consulting located in Carbondale, CO.

Duration:00:32:36

Cynthia Espinosa Marrero - Food Systems and Permaculture

2/21/2019
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Cynthia Espinosa Marrero is a food systems scholar who addresses issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion through her work. She is also an instructor in an online permaculture program that offers a 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate, as well as a certificate in Social Systems Design.

Duration:00:44:18

Tim Handley - Science and Game Design

2/14/2019
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Tim Handley is a scientist-turned-game designer who promotes an understanding of science, nature, and life through play at Mindful Mammoth, a company he founded to create games and puzzles for all ages.

Duration:00:29:47

Bruce Glick - Birds & Families

2/7/2019
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Bruce Glick is a high school teacher who is balancing a full-time career and a post-retirement transition into a freelance lifestyle. We discuss his project about connecting families to local birds.

Duration:00:35:20

Gretchen Halpert: Scientific Illustration Distance Program

1/31/2019
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Gretchen Halpert is a freelance scientific illustrator and the founder of the Scientific Illustration Distance Program. Gretchen has many years of experience working as a freelance illustrator. Her illustrations have been featured in magazines and books, and have been included in research papers and on commercial products. Through her program, Gretchen inspires a new generation of science communicators. How did Gretchen become a scientific illustrator? What is her distance learning program...

Duration:00:18:59

Project History

1/25/2019
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An introduction to this podcast series and its host, Tania Marien.

Duration:00:03:11

Trailer: Talaterra

1/15/2019
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Announcing Talaterra

Duration:00:01:30