Green Teacher 42, Feb-Mar 1995
Little River Project by Ian Naisbitt
Environmental Stewardship on the Little River.
Lessons of the Woodlot by Dan Bourque
Hands-on harmonizing of ecology and economics.
Lockport Sewage Lagoon by John Perry
Transforming a sewage lagoon into an outdoor classroom.
Branching Out: Forest Studies with children (part one) by Susan Argast and Cheryl Macdonald
First of two-part integrated unit for teaching young children about trees and forests, presenting activities which sharpen awareness of trees through the senses.
Multi-grade cooperative unit on the environment by Norma Douglas, Leo Hendricken, Garry MacAdam and Marie Stevens
Each year, grade 5-8 students at Georgetown Elementary School in P.E.I. take part in a six-week cross-disciplinary multi-grade learning unit.
Student-run conferences: ten steps to success by Mylene DiPenta
Tips for planning successful conferences for high school students who want to do it on their own.
Learning Without Walls: High school subject integration by Tim Grant
The TAMARACK Program by Bill Patterson
Integrated Research in Grade 12 by Mike Milosevich
For two months each year, grade twelve students work on an interdisciplinary research project. Their end result earns them credit in as many as five different subjects.
Ten UP: Rethinking High School by Rick Ast
The Ten UP Program is a school within a school in which four teachers and eighty grade ten students collaborate on integrated leaning projects.
Grade Nine Global Studies by Nancy Syer
A new school opens its doors to integrated learning in the four core subjects of grade nine.
Development research in Costa Rica by Arnold Labrentz
The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Costa Rica Summer Institute.
Summer school in deep ecology by Catherine Hume Macmillan
The IDEE Summer School in Applied Deep Ecology in Philo, California.
Riou-Delorme seminar on the environment by Don Rosenbaum
Riou-Delorme Foundation’s Summer Seminar on the Environment for francophone educators.
And as always, over 20 new educational resources are profiled and evaluated in this issue of Green Teacher.
(This issue available as photocopy only)