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Green Teacher 115 – Winter 2018

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A Better World through Fair Trade by Zack Gross

How you can get your students to eat healthy fruit and chocolate while changing the world

A Systems Activity about Our Universe by Edith Pucci Couchman (Free Article)

How and why this visual framework might benefit advanced 6th graders and above

Hydroponics for Education by Mathew Baganz

Boosting air quality and student engagement by growing indoor plants

Interviewing a Sea Lion by Emilie Hanson

Using video and other social media to advance environmental activism in teens

Engaging Bodies, Minds, and Cultural Identities by Maceo Martinet

An 8-week summer program on water conservation and sustainability for low-income students

Leveraging Impact through Policy Changes by James L. Elder 

The story of how the Green Ribbon Award Program came to be can offer lessons to those wanting to strengthen the green school movement in their region

Timely Turtle Teaching by Catherine E. Matthews and Aceng Ruyani

Field and classroom techniques that address threats to freshwater turtles around the world

Culture, Justice, and Environment by Rita Turner (Free Article)

Helping students explore the roots of environmental problems

Using Philosophy to Think Green by Amy Leask

A rationale, practical suggestions and activities for enriching learning with young learners

From Seeds to Schools in Japan by Jennifer Sauer

Finding inspiration in the reference of nature found in Japanese education

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