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Now, here is a summary of what you will find in Green Teacher 80, our Winter 2006-07 edition.
The Start of Something Big: Environmental Education in
Last Child in the Woods? Treating nature-deficit disorder at a high school winter
Making It Up As We Go Along
Tricia Edgar describes the role of pretend games in early environmental education and many of her favourite activities.
Getting Fresh with Farm-to-School Programs
By making direct connections between growers and schools, farm-to-school programs provide local markets for family farmers and healthier food choices for schoolchildren. Marion Kalb explores how these programs work best and introduces us to state-wide initiatives in
Social Justice and Language Arts
Christopher Greenslate shows how the language arts curriculum offers unlimited opportunities for teachers and students to make connections with current social and global issues.
Teaching about lake management is an exciting way of getting students interested in the environment. Matthew Opdyke provides hands-on opportunities for students of all ages to learn about the biology and chemistry of lakes.
Growing Art in
Hilary Inwood describes how school gardens can provide the inspiration, supply cupboard, and exhibition space for students' art.
And here is a list of educational resources that are reviewed in the Resources section of the Winter issue:Cultivating Compassion (curriculum books & DVD)
Adbusters Media Empowerment Kit (includes binder, poster & DVD)
Birdsong and Coffee (DVD)
Great Lakes in my World (large paperback, K-8)
Change the World for Ten Bucks (pb)
Global Kidz Curriculum (Grades 4-5 curriculum binder)
The Goat Lady (hardcover children’s book)
What Do Roots Do? (hardcover book)
Professor Noggin's Life in the Ocean card game
Operation Thistle: Seeds of Despair (Grades 6-8 curriculum binder)
Mouse in a Meadow (hardcover children’s book)
On The Day You Were Born (hardcover children’s book)
Dig Your Hands in the Dirt (paperback)
A Mind with Wings (hardcover children’s book)
Animal Rescue series (paperback books)
Super Size Me (DVD w Grades 6-12 curriculum)