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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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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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Exploring Antarctica through Art

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

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Stewardship in Appalachia

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

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Celebrating World Oceans Day

How to show kids the connections to oceans that are right in their own backyards

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Where Does the Plastic Go?

Using Socio-Scientific Issues in the classroom to study plastic pollution in the ocean and the physical properties of plastics

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Biological Monitoring Programs for K-12 Students

Involving students in environmental monitoring and research

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Stormwater Stewards

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

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Connecting Students with Special Needs to the Environment

Learn how to integrated environmental education into the curriculum in ways that supplement and enrich the learning experiences of students with disabilities.
From "Teaching Green: The High School Years."

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Investigating Water Pathways in Schoolyards

Based on a learning progression of student understandings, this hands-on activity provides high school students with a locally-relevant way to learn about the water cycle.

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Zambian Girl Inspires Water Action

Real-life stories of hope empower youth to become global citizens and learn about water and sanitation issues.

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To Monitor or Not to Monitor

Creating a citizen science team to collect baseline data on a local watershed.

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Facilitators of Fascination

Fostering a love for the ocean through snorkeling trips which allow students to experience first-hand the wonders of the sea

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Fostering Students’ Water Wisdom

Bring water awareness into your classroom through lesson plans and activities for students in grades K – 10.

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Discovering Lake Management: Getting Students’ Feet Wet

Teaching about lake management is an exciting way of getting students interested in the environment. In this unit, hands-on investigations of habitat resources, water quality and algae enable students to assess the health of a local lake and debate the options for its long-term management.

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Celebrating Earth Week: It’s Elemental

A collection of ideas, activities and resources for exploring and celebrating our connections to the earth during Earth Week.
FROM GREEN TEACHER'S FALL 1997 ISSUE

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