Dr. Carla Gull teaches beginning college classes online with the University of Phoenix, hosts the podcast Loose Parts Nature Play, leads nature programming in her local area, facilitates professional development in early childhood, shares insights on Loose Parts Play on social media, and enjoys finding frogs with her 4 boys at the stream. She researches tree climbing, outdoor classrooms, STEM, and the theory of loose parts. She also does consulting work with Nature Explore and leads Tinkergarten classes. 

Loose Parts Nature Play PODCAST
Loose Parts Play on Facebook
Loose Parts Play GROUP on Facebook (around 70,000 from around the world)
Loose Parts Nature Play on Facebook

Contact Me!
Email: insideoutsidemichiana@gmail.com
Phone: 574-966-0250

Interested in Dr. Carla Gull for a workshop or presentation? Contact me for rates and availability. Custom topics tailored to your needs can be arranged.

A Sample of Workshops, Keynotes, and Professional Development Available:

Simple Machines and STEM Challenges in the Outdoor Classroom
Out on a Limb: Risky Play and Tree Climbing
The Educator's Role in Nature Play
Ramps and Pathways
Connecting Children to Animals
Low Cost Outdoor Classrooms
30+ Approaches to Loose Parts Play
Outdoor Loose Parts Play
Nature Play Fun: Creating Mobile and Temporary Nature Play Spaces
Loose Parts in Education: Rethinking Nicholson's Intent
Cardboard as a Loose Part
Playing with Fire
Children and Nature Art
Loose Parts and Literacy
Nature Play! 
The Educator's Role in Loose Parts Play