Environmental Education in the Schools: Creating a Program that Works!
By Judy A. Braus and David Wood, 1993, U.S. Peace Corps This document deals with the different aspects of developing and implementing an environmental education program. It covers the planning process of identifying local environmental problems and understanding the realities of the local school system. It helps practitioners identify goals and objectives for environmental education activities and curriculum and to develop formal and informal techniques to evaluate success. Practitioners learn to incorporate innovative teaching strategies into their programs, such as creative and critical thinking skills, hands-on discovery, cooperative learning, and high level questioning. Sample environmental education activities are also included. 4-34.pdf
Publication Date: 1993
Author(s): Peace Corps
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