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Teaching green: the elementary years.
Hands-on learning in grades K-5.
Gabriola /B.C.
Teaching Green - The Elementary Years is designed for anyone working with young people in grades kindergarten to five, whether in schools or non-formal education settings. It offers 50 kid-tested teaching strategies that promote interdisciplinary hands-on learning about natural systems and foster critical thinking about environmental issues, both local and global. The book includes background information and instructions for practical projects and activities on numerous topics. Rich illustrations and a curriculum index make this book of contributions from over 60 educators from across North America appealing to a wide range of teachers, educators and parents seeking innovative ideas for incorporating green themes into their programs.

"The challenge at the elementary school level is to teach basic concepts while nurturing children's respect for and stewardship of the natural world. Teaching Green - The Elementary Years helps educators to meet this challenge through developmentally appropriate activities that engage students mentally, physically, and emotionally. Designed for anyone working with children from Kindergarten to Grade 5, whether in schools or in non-formal education settings, it offers 50 kid-tested teaching strategies for promoting interdisciplinary hands-on learning about natural systems and fostering critical thinking about environmental issues."--Jacket.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :


Approaches to Learning
Getting an Early Start: Environmental Education for Young Children by Ruth A. Wilson (K)
Young Children as Environmental Citizens by Carole Basile and Cameron White (Grades K-2)
Green Empowerment in Kindergarten by Chris Wright (Grades K-1)
Environmental Project Learning by Julie Tracy with Kathleen Glaser (Grades K-5)
Democratic Education for Environmental Stewardship by Peter Blaze Corcoran and
Margaret Pennock (Grades 3-5)
Guiding Your School Towards Environmental Literacy by Jeff Reading (Grades K-6)

Exploring Nature Around Us
The Single Concept Field Trip by Clarke Birchard and Alan Crook (Grades K-5)
From Pattern to Principle: Discovering Science Through Observing Patterns in Nature
by Robert Barkman (Grades 3-6)
Studying Pond Creatures by Chris Earley (Grades 2-5)
The Numbered Forest by Emily Kissner (Grades 4-5)
An Overnight Trip with First-graders by Liz Kornelsen (Grade 1)
Enjoying Winter with Your Class by Gareth Thomson (Grades 4-5)
The Art of Science by Tina Jory (Grades K-3)
Teaming with Nature by Mark Baldwin (Grades 4-8)
The Creative Journal: A Power Tool for Learning by William F. Hammond (Grades 1-5)
Evaluating Nature Journals by Mike Moutoux (Grades K-5)

Plants and Animals
Forest Studies with Children by Susan Argast and Cheryl Macdonald (Grades 2-4)
A Walk in the Tropical Rainforest by Glenn Gustafson (Grades 4-6)
Making Connections with Insect Royalty by Ann Hobbie (Grades 3-6)
Meet the Monarch! by Karen Oberhauser
Tracking Migratory Animals On-line by Bob Coulter (Grades 3-5)
Mouse Roulette by Gareth Thomson (Grades 4-5)
Animals in the Classroom by Stephen Huddart and Craig Naherniak (Grades K-5)
The Great Lakes Food Web Drama by Marjane L. Baker (Grades 4-5)
Marine Food Web Simulation by John Ogletree (Grades 4-6)

Environmental Issues
Population Pressure by Marci Mowery and Lindsay Aun (Grades 3-5)
Mathematics and Garbage by Sylvia Helmer and Shirley Parker-Creasy (Grades 4-6)
Animals in Jeopardy by Annette Payne (Grades K-5)
Investigating Air Quality by Esther Railton Rice and Janice Gardner-Loster (Grades 3-5)
The Water Game by Jennifer Baron (Grades 2-3)
A Working Model of a Stream by William F. Hammond (Grades 2-5)
One Fish, Two Fish by Michele Hoffman-Trotter (Grades 1-4)
Investigating Ocean Pollution by Sue LeBeau (Grades 3-5)

Building Community
Questing: Discovering Community Treasures by Steven Glazer (Grades 3-8)
Asphalt Artisans: Creating a Community Eco-map by Paul Fieldhouse and Lisa Bunkowsky (Grades K-8)
Educating the Community: A Watershed Model Project by C.S. Perryess (Grades 3-5)
Monument to a River: An Interactive Playground Structure by Bruce Robert Dean (Grades K-5)
Waste-Free Lunches: A Lesson in Environmental Stewardship by Amy Hemmert (Grades K-5)
Warriors of the Rainbow by Roberta Oswald and Carmel Preyra (Grades 3-6)
Cool Schools: A Schoolwide Conflict Resolution Program by Fran Jovick (Grades K-5)

Global Awareness
Global Education in Kindergarten by Karen Green (K)
The World in a Cake by Jackie Kirk and Mary Gale Smith (Grades K-7)
Learning About Interconnectedness by Graham Pike and David Selby (Grades K-4)
Around the World in 90 Days by Michelle Cusolito and Bill White (Grades 4-6)
Development Days: A Schoolwide Theme by Alison Flensburg (Grades K-5)
Teaching Children about Chronic Hunger by Daniel Kriesberg (Grades 4-6)

Imagination and Celebration
Creative Visualization with Children by Jane Hamilton (Grades 2-5)
The Power of Stories by Sue Christian Parsons (Grades K-5)
Earth Tales by Michael J. Caduto (Grades 2-5)
Celebrating Earth Week: Elemental Connections by Deanna Fry (Grades K-6)