This video was created as an exploratory auto-ethnographic exercise. I was attempting to experience what I will sk my research participants for the completion of my doctoral dissertation in Education at the University of Victoria. Accompanying this video is a paper that discusses reflections from this day as they relate to the scholarly literature on pedagogy of place and transformative learning.

Click here to find the journal article: The intertextuality of environmental art in childhood special places: How play, flow, and pedagogy of place can reform education.

Stanger, N.R.G. (2011). The intertextuality of environmental art in childhood special places: How play, flow, and pedagogy of place can reform education. Journal of Creative and Artistic Education, 5(1).

© 2013 Nicholas Stanger