Anthony Morris is an Early Childhood Educator who has been teaching in inner city Melbourne since 2006. In 2015 Anthony completed the Claire Warden Nature Pedagogy Course, and presented alongside Claire at the Children Learning with Nature Conference in Santa Cruz, USA.
Anthony's passion for Early Childhood nature education was fostered during his own childhood family holiday adventures to the beach and bush. The Boy Scouts gave Anthony an awe inspiring respect of nature, and taught him how to play [safely] with knives and rope. Anthony uses the passion fostered in his childhood adventures, and the knowledge gained from his teaching studies, to take children in Early Childhood settings out into the natural/beyond spaces/environments that can be found in inner city Melbourne.
Anthony has a young family, whom spend much of their spare time in nature and the outdoors. He lives in Melbourne, Australia. Anthony acknowledges the Wurundjeri people, of the Kulin Nations, as the traditional custodians of the land on which he lives, learns, works, and plays.