Interpreting Natural Hostory ON ONE HAND

January 2016
Legacy (National Association for Interpretation);Jan/Feb2016, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p6
Academic Journal
The author discusses the interpreting natural history. It mentions the need of inquiry approach in group exploration of naturalist, and the importance of for questioning during cultivating curiosity and discovery. It also mentions that the need of curiosity for interpreters and inquiry and observational approach for training naturalists.


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