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Glenda Tinney

The Harmony Debates
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I started my career as a biologist at Lancaster University. In 2002, I combined my interest in wellbeing, outdoor learning and sustainability when I was appointed a lecturer at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, delivering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes linked to environmental awareness, conservation and sustainable development. In 2007 I was appointed within the School of Early Years (now Childhood and Education) where I have been able to link my interest in sustainability and wellbeing with young children’s experiences of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC) in Wales. I have a level 3 Forest School Leader qualification which supports my work with children and adults in the outdoors. I have increasingly been drawn to the Principles of Harmony in Education and the significance of developing early years settings that interconnect children with the nonhuman world.

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