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Green Teacher 101, Winter 2013-2014

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Accommodating Those with Special Learning Needs by Carol A. McMullen

Students with special learning needs can be a challenge inside the classroom. But with the proper accommodations they can thrive in outdoor learning environments

Fostering Leadership for Sustainability by Patricia Armstrong

Ten basic principles for getting students ages 11-18 engaged and active in bringing about change for a more sustainable future

Using multiple intelligences to promote nature education by Christophe Vermonden

A compilation of activities which let students – young and old – explore their environment using the eight forms of intelligence

Turning Rotten into Right by Jyoti Gopal (Free article)

How a year-long study of decomposition tuned a class of Kindergarten students into unlikely environmental stewards

Wild Harvesting and Traditional Ecological Knowledge by Kieran Dowling (Free article)

Introduce grades 4-7 to Indigenous knowledge and local ecosystems by sustainable harvesting wild products

Pathways to Possibility by Graeme Mitchell

How a small team of dedicated educators successfully developed an interdisciplinary model within the confines of the traditional subject-bound timetable

Active Students, Passive Solar by Nelson Lebo

A renovated passive solar home serves as a unique backdrop for teaching elementary science and math

Just Add Water by Michael Soares

The Prescription Pill and Drug Disposal Program: driving conservation and curriculum

Stormwater Stewards by Steve Braun, Ted Hart and Kirk Ordway (Free article)

Stormwater science lab and field activities for middle and high school students

Let’s Build a Home by Paul Hackl

While learning the basics of sustainable home design, high school students are empowered to think of their own futures

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