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Middle Years

ISBN-10: 0865715017
ISBN-13: 9780865715011
Edition: 2004
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Description: For anyone working with young people in grades six through eight-whether inside or outside schools-Teaching Green contains over fifty of the best activities and teaching strategies contributed to Green Teacher magazine over the last ten years by  More...

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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: New Society Publishers, Limited
Publication date: 8/15/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

For anyone working with young people in grades six through eight-whether inside or outside schools-Teaching Green contains over fifty of the best activities and teaching strategies contributed to Green Teacher magazine over the last ten years by educators from across North America. Organized into "green teaching" categories, the book offers a host of ideas for hands-on learning about biodiversity, ecology, resource consumption, green technology and the world around us. This collection will inspire educators who are seeking innovative strategies for incorporating "green" themes into their programs. Tim Grant and Gail Littlejohn are the editors of Green Teacher magazine, North America's award-winning environmental teaching resource. They have previously edited two other Green Teacher series books and live in Toronto, Ontario.

Tim Grant and Gail Littlejohn have edited Green Teacher magazine _ North America_s foremost award-winning resource for teaching "green" or ecological subject matter _ for the past 12 years. Former high school teachers, they are also editors of two other Green Teacher series books with New Society Publishers. They live and work in Toronto, Canada.

Introduction
Learning About Ecosystems
Teaching with the Seasons
The Biosphere Challenge: Developing Ecological Literacy
Surveying Biodiversity
Monitoring Wetlands
A Constructed Wetland: From Monitoring to Action
Tracking and Stalking the Wild
Teaching Tracking and Stalking
Attracting and Studying Hummingbirds
Discovering Our Temperate Rainforests
Zoning Out: Getting the Most out of a Beach Walk
Sustaining Ecosystems
Protected Areas: Arks of the 21st Century
Habitat Fragmentation and Genetic Diversity
The Race Against Desertification
Learning about Desertification
Declining Fish Stocks: Pieces of a Puzzle. Living Sustainably
Blowing Up Your World
Encouraging Global Awareness
How Big is My Ecological Footprint?
Simulation on Basic Needs
Population, Consumption, and the Environment
Our Watery Planet
Water Across the Curriculum
Teaching about Food Systems
Tools of Hope Game adapted
Worm Composting Revisited
Building with Straw
The Power of Wind: It'll Blow You Away
The Wind in the Schoolyard. Examining Values
Living Within Earth's Means
All Species Projects
From Child Rights to Earth Rights
Where Do You Stand?
Superheroes: From Fiction to Reality
Theme Days: A Cause for Celebration
Making Interdisciplinary Connections
Rivers and the Arts
A Mohawk Vision of Bioregional Education
Two Rivers Project
Environmental Laws: A Matter of Debate
Growing an Integrated Unit
Organically!
Maps Tell Stories: Folklore and Geography
Environmental History: If Trees Could Talk
Paradise Lost: How Do We Define Progress?
Making Global Connections
Press Agent for a Day
Computers in Environmental Learning
The Greening of Home Economics
Glossary
Index

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