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Green Teacher 115 – Winter 2018

Our Winter 2018 issue includes ten great articles and more than 20 reviews of new wonderful educational resources. Among the highlights, the cover story describes how you can get your students to eat healthy fruit and chocolate while changing the world. Check out this and other innovative learning strategies in the Winter issue.

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Teaching Young People about Climate Change

We’re excited to announce the pre-publication of our newest book.  Teaching Young People about Climate Change will be available in March 2018. Take advantage of our pre-publication rates here...

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Teaching Teens about Climate Change

Teaching Teens about Climate Change is now available. This 80-page book brings together 12 articles and activities from Green Teacher magazine to aid any educator in tackling essential topics with high school-aged students. Help them appreciate the difference between cap and trade and carbon taxes, explore the environmental impacts of the tar sands, provide options for sustainable transportation, and much more.

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A Systems Activity about Our Universe

How and why this visual framework might benefit advanced 6th graders and above

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Culture, Justice, and Environment

Helping students explore the roots of environmental problems

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From Seeds to Schools in Japan

Finding inspiration in the reference of nature found in Japanese education

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Hydroponics for Education

Boosting air quality and student engagement by growing indoor plants

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Using Philosophy to Think Green

A rationale, practical suggestions and activities for enriching learning with young learners.

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Timely Turtle Teaching

Field and classroom techniques that address threats to freshwater turtles around the world

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Leveraging Impact through Policy Changes

The story of how the Green Ribbon Award Program came to be can offer lessons to those wanting to strengthen the green school movement in their region

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Engaging Bodies, Minds, and Cultural Identities

An 8-week summer program on water conservation and sustainability for low-income students

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Interviewing a Sea Lion

Using video and other social media to advance environmental activism in teens

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A Better World through Fair Trade

How you can get your students to eat healthy fruit and chocolate while changing the world

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Green Teacher 114, Fall 2017

Our Fall issue includes ten great articles and more than 20 reviews of new wonderful educational resources. Among the highlights, the cover story describes a success story about teaching city and suburban students about nature, and how easy it is to make friends and partnerships while learning. Check out this and other innovative learning strategies in the Fall issue.

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STEM to STEAM and Citizen Science

If elementary school kids are to become engaged with environmental protection, make it personal

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Observation-Focused Nature Journaling

Tips and lesson ideas that help students notice the unexplored beauty of nature

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