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Green Teacher 41, Dec-Jan 1994-1995



Creating a new resonance: Environmental education in Russia by Vadim Kalinin

Night school in Tilonia by Bunker Roy
A “barefoot” training project in Rajasthan in bringing education, community services, new skills and renewed dignity to India’s rural poor.

A closer look at global history by Bruce Fisher
Six teachers report on the exciting learning opportunities offered by a new high school history course in Nova Scotia.

Waste reduction success stories by Larraine Roulston and Tim Grant
A survey of school strategies that challenge “out of sight, out of mind” practices.

Les eleves font la pluie et le beau temps a l’ecole secondaire Royal George by Robert Langis
Une station météorologique sur le toit d’une école au Québec introduit les élèves au monde de la recherche scientifique et fournit des données inestimables pour illustrer les concepts de sciences physiques.

Zoos: asking the right questions by Kate Kempton
Children are naturally drawn to animals, and zoos are a favourite destination for both family and school outings. How well does your local zoo demonstrate and encourage respect for animals?

Mouse Roulette by Kananaskis County Office of EE
A lively investigation of animal food chains, competition for resources and adaptations for survival.

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

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