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Green Teacher 40, Oct-Nov 1994


Green Teacher gets passing grades by Dave Glaze
Green Teacher’s readers’ survey results.

Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots sprouting in North America

Making global connections: the Nova-Scotia- Gambia project by Alana Robb
A 1986 school trip has grown into an eight-year-old twinning partnership and a province-wide development organization. Here are five ingredients to their success.

Growing an integrated unit — organically! by Dianne Clipsham and Letitia Charbonneau
In this interdisciplinary grade eight unit on food, three teachers unlocked the rich potential of students to direct their own learning and to develop and act on new perspectives.

Destination Conservation by Sandy Cox
A popular school conservation program helped an Alberta town reduce its demand for energy and raised the environmental awareness of an entire community.

Humane Education: the Ultima Thule of global education: Part two by David Selby
The relationship of humane education to peace and development education, including two classroom activities.

Like an Animal
Humane education activity to pinpoint prejudical attitudes towards particular animals and how they buttress other forms of oppression.

Where Do I Stand
An activity to stimulating debate on the question of animal experimentation.

Respect for nature: the fourth R by Zabe MacEachren
The bridge between traditional beliefs and modern waste management in a Native community.

Healthy Schools: Environmental Sensitivities in the Classroom by Elizabeth Stutt and Leslirae Rotor

And as always, over 20 new educational resources are profiled and evaluated in this issue of Green Teacher.

(This issue available as photocopy only)

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