Author Archives: Daniel Burton

Daniel is the co-director of Educated by nature; a teacher, nature educator, ukulele player, singer and advocate for children.

Playing Games to Build Nature Connection – Wilderness Awareness Games

“Brain research suggests that sensory input and mental focus lead to deeply imprinted pattern learning when experienced in an “adrenalated state.” Who is more full of adrenaline surges than excited kids playing games? Passionate playfulness is embedded in our human blueprint for learning.” Jon Young When supporting people, especially young people, to connect with the…

Find Your Sit Spot

Find your Sit Spot… a moment of connection in nature. You may have heard the term ‘sit spot’ but are not really sure what it is, or why it could be the best few moments to build into your daily routine in 2018. Here’s a quick reminder. We challenge you to try it out every…

The Art of Mentoring

Here at Educated by Nature, we speak a lot about The Art of Mentoring and concepts such as ‘deep nature connection’ and ‘reconnection to culture’. It is often difficult to describe these elements. How we embed them within all our programs. And most importantly, why they are so important for supporting the development of happy, fulfilled, connected…

KIN Village: Curtin University – Bush Huts

  KIN Village is expanding to provide opportunities for more Perth children to experience a day of wonder and amazement, the potential provided by the outdoors is endless! We are thrilled to be invited back to build bush huts under the pine trees at Curtin University this school holiday! Two dates are available at this…

KIN Village: A day of connection

  KIN Village is a pop-up space in Perth which resources and gently supervises children’s play and adventure. Each day is different as the children imagine new things to do and build together. Nature also brings different elements each day to explore and discover. In July our mentors bring the resource and skill development of…