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Contribute to the next issue of Roots

8 December 2017

 

The call for abstracts for the next issue of Roots, on learning theories, is now open! Submit your abstract by 5th January to be featured.

A great way of developing exciting education projects that have long lasting learning outcomes is by considering how people learn and by grounding your work in effective pedagogy.

Are you’re a researcher working on learning theories in informal education? Are you a botanic garden educator who has successfully applied a new pedagogy? Does your garden base its public engagement projects on academic theory?

We want to hear from you!

The next issue of Roots will be about applying learning theories in botanic gardens, museums and related organisations. 

We are currently seeking a range of contributions including articles, profiles of amazing educators and reviews of great resources. To contribute, please send a 100 word abstract to Liliana.derewnicka@bgci.org by 5th January, 2018 

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Roots is BGCI's bi-annual magazine on public engagment in botanic gardens and features case studies and articles from amazing organisations, large and small, from around the world. You can find more information and download previous articles from the Roots Archive.

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