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Green Teacher 105, Winter 2015

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Features

Training Tomorrows’ Green Leaders by Jessica Kaknevicius (free article)

Envirothons engage high school students in learning more about natural resources

Star Hopping by Robert D. Bixler and J. Joy James

Take your students back to basics with naked eye astronomy

From Liquid to Solid  and Back Again by Kimberly Yates

Making ice lanterns to decorate and demonstrate states of matter

Planet Protecting  Superheroes by Vanessa LeBourdais

Using story and arts-based activities to engage diverse learners in environmental education

Eyes in the Forest by Ryan Pennesi

What if there was a way to see wildlife up close without actually being there? Remotely triggered camera technology makes this possible

Surveying Garlic Mustard by Amy DeFelice

Studying urban invasives in an area close to home over several weeks, encourages high school students to make personal connections with the problem (expanded version of an article in Teaching about Invasive Species)

Creating Collaborative Curriculum by Alison Varty and Steve Bertman

Collaborations between teachers and scientists can generate novel classroom experiences that enhance students’ enthusiasm for science

A Refection on Forest Experiences by Magdalena Rudkowski

Thoughts on the internal ‘tensions’ of early childhood educators in outdoor environments

EcoCarols : A Creative Approach to Reinvention by Ann Palmer

Give new life to an old tune, by reworking the words to tell a story about our human relationship to nature and the Earth

Pets and Pedagogy by Steven King (free article)

How a classroom pet can help build community while also providing a curriculum boost

Returning to the Earth by Matthew Kemshaw

Learning about decomposition both on the schoolyard and inside the classroom

 

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