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Green Teacher 112, Winter 2017

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Why Learn about Insects? by Nathan Shipley and Robert D  Bixler

Unlearning inherent fears around bugs will net endless fascination for young people

Snakes Alive! by Ann Berry Somers and Catherine E. Matthews

Run…but where…from snakes or to snakes?

Green Commuting Challenge by Duke Davidson (Free article)

How a suburban middle school radically increased the number of students walking and reduced car traffic to the school

Conservation Animation by Sarah Compton

Creating animated videos with high school students to encourage local conservation

Citizenship-building via Marine Debris Surveys by Aimee Cleary

Empowering urban teens to become environmental stewards through socio-ecological mapping and data collection

Finding a Place for Science by Sarah Hackworth & Ana Houseal

Letting place guide standards-based curriculum development for grades three and four

Introducing Students to Landscape Architecture by Karen Grajales (Free article)

Classroom activities spotlight a creative career choice that helps the environment

Invasive Species: You’re Not Welcome Here! by Amy Paul

Guide your third through fifth grade students through interactive activities about invasive species

Taking Action Against Invasive Species by Jennifer Brooks

Using hands-on exploration and media as an educational tool in schools

Exploring Antarctica through Art by Madeline Crouse and Skye Morét

How to stimulate student engagement with Antarctica’s ecosystems, both above and beneath the ocean surface

Becoming an Ecologiser by Ann Palmer

Role-play and story-making encourage young people to explore anthropocentrism and earthcentrism