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Paperback
$29.95 USD
Publisher: New Society Publishers
Pub. Date: 2004-08-15
ISBN: 9780865715011
Format: Paperback - 240 pages
Size: 8.5" x 11" (w x h)
BISAC: EDUCATION / Teaching Methods & Materials / General

Teaching Green

The Middle Years

For anyone working with young people in grades 6-8-whether inside or outside schools-Teaching Green contains over 50 of the best activities and teaching strategies contributed to Green Teacher magazine over the last 10 years by educators from across North America. Organized into 'green teaching' categories, the book offers a host of ideas for hands-on learning about biodiversity, ecology, resource consumption, green technology and the world around us. This collection will inspire educators who are seeking innovative strategies for incorporating 'green' themes into their programs.

About the Authors

Tim Grant is a former high school teacher and the co-editor of Green Teacher magazine, a non-profit quarterly offering practical ideas for fostering environmental literacy and global awareness in Grades K-12.

Gail Littlejohn is a former high school teacher and the co-editor of Green Teacher magazine, a non-profit quarterly offering practical ideas for fostering environmental literacy and global awareness in Grades K-12.



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