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Posts from the ‘High School (ages 14-19)’ Category

Stewardship in Appalachia

Learning about water quality issues with an action-oriented, place-based pedagogy

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Fostering Youth Leadership in Urban Places

Building just and healthy communities requires trust in young people

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Integrated, Social Justice Learning for Those At-Risk

An integrated unit on marine debris makes learning relevant and real for 12-18 year-olds

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Natural Chemistry – Outdoors!

Use fluorescence and sunscreen to teach chemistry to high school students while immersed in the outdoors.

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Experiential Science Transforms Teens

An integrated science program engages high school students in field studies that become transformative experiences in their lives

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Engineering to do Nothing

Put to work the basic astronomy knowledge of 10-14 year olds in teaching passive solar house design

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Inspiring the Bioregional Imagination

Deepening the connection to place through reading, writing and ecology

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Climate Justice in the Classroom

Help high school students connect equity, economy, ecology, society and hope

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Living Deep & Sucking Out the Marrow

Transforming the mindsets of teens through a wildcrafting course

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Mapping Watersheds

Teach teenagers about our impact on watersheds in this multidisciplinary cartography project

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Kids Care About Caves!

Enriching high school students’ conservation attitudes through community partnerships

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Green Teachers & Brown Rivers

How to conduct an research project with middle & high school students in local environments

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Harvesting Life Lessons

How Youth Farm Projects teach teens a lot more than gardening

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Training Tomorrows’ Green Leaders

Envirothons engage high school students in learning more about natural resources

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Creating Collaborative Curriculum

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

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Surveying Garlic Mustard

Studying urban invasives in an area close to home over several weeks, encourages high school students to make personal connections with the problem

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