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Education in Nature

George Năzăreanu


Education in Nature offers children unique, unparalleled sensory experiences, and is the most effective increase in mental and physical well-being. In nature, children develop their empathy, patience, and self-confidence, attitudes such as curiosity, responsibility, and empowerment, skills such as observation, communication, collaboration, and problem-solving. Its goal is on the process of learning, not the end result, thus children become more creative, critical, reflective, intuitive, innovative, and active thinkers.


George Năzăreanu

I am a curious biologist, visual artist, storyteller, National Geographic Educator, and have been an explorer since I was 5 years old. I have worked for 10 years in Educational and Scientific research at the National Natural History Museum and for the past 6 years, I work as a Naturalist Teacher at Karin’s Kids Academy, Bucharest, România.

Knowing that play is the most effective way children learn, I develop play-based and curiosity-led educational projects in Early Childhood Education at Karin’s Kids Academy and I inspire children to develop their Explorer’s Mindset through authentic learning experiences in nature.

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