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Green Teacher 111, Fall 2016


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To Unplug or Plug In by R. Justin Hougham and Steve Kerlin

Adopting the right mobile digital technologies to enhance environmental education 

Sensory Tours by Kids by Carie Green

Using wearable cameras to view the environment through the eyes of a child

Exploring Learning Stories by Lotje Hives and Astrid Steele

Documenting and learning in the environment invites us to reflect on stewardship and global citizenship with our students

Rolling Stones & Catching Beetles by Michel Anderson

Adventures in an urban forest aftercare program

Ecojustice Education through Pictures by Erin Sperling

A visual approach for exploring environmental justice in education

A Humane-Inspired Approach by Brian Ogle

Combine humane education and environmental education to encourage students to take action and make real-world connections

Wild in the City by Emily Stoeth

The importance of urban environmental exploration for students and teachers

Role-Playing, Inquiry and Food Chains  by Autumn Doss

Integrating drama to encourage elementary students’ engagement in environmental science

An Intergenerational Care Game by Edith Pucci Couchman

Youngsters re-enact some of life’s essential dramas in a game that builds both knowledge and empathy

Riding the Waves of EBE by Anneliese Mueller Worster, Trish-Marie Ziakas and Jennifer Whitten

Integrated environment-based education offers young students lessons in literacy, social studies, and science