There are great opportunities for driven entrepreneurs to use natural areas for education. Learning is not restricted to the classroom. Nature is one of the best teachers.
Studies have shown that students learn better when they are active. The brain works better when it is moving. Some of the highest performing schools in the world use outdoor activities and experiential learning as part of their curriculum.
Outdoor activities can be used to teach students leadership, inspire creativity, science, math, and get a better understanding of the world around them.
There is a growing interest from parents and educators to unplug students and get them learning outdoors.
Here are some resources that will go into more details on how to use natural areas to build healthy, intelligent, independent, and compassionate students that are prepared to face the world with the tools they need to be successful.
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