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Posts from the ‘Science’ Category

Green Teacher 114, Fall 2017

Our Fall issue includes ten great articles and more than 20 reviews of new wonderful educational resources. Among the highlights, the cover story describes a success story about teaching city and suburban students about nature, and how easy it is to make friends and partnerships while learning. Check out this and other innovative learning strategies in the Fall issue.

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STEM to STEAM and Citizen Science

If elementary school kids are to become engaged with environmental protection, make it personal

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Water Quality Field Trips

As they watch wastewater being treated and test water quality in a stream near their school, high school and college students come to appreciate the importance of water quality

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Finding Inspiration for Outdoor Learning

A profile of an award-winning teacher’s strategies for getting all students in her school outdoors more often

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Secrets to Snagging Great Science Partners

It is easier than you think to build rewarding partnerships for outdoor education

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Secondary Science Outdoors

How high school science teachers include outdoor activities in their lessons

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Pledging for Change

High school students modify one personal action to help the environment

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Natural Colours from Plants

An experiential lesson in practical chemistry, botany and art for Grades 4 to 6

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Turn The Key To Be Idle Free

Implementing No Idle Zones in schools helps the environment and improves student’s health

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The Future of Evolution

A lesson that puts the topic of evolution into the hands of your fourth through eighth grade students

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Feeding Plants to Feed the World

A sequence of activities to teach the nutrient story to middle and high school students

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Snakes Alive!

Run…but where…from snakes or to snakes?

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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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From Liquid to Solid and Back Again

Making ice lanterns to decorate and demonstrate states of matter

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The Art of Observation

Learning the methods of scientific observation can make science inquiry more interesting and meaningful

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