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by Harry Wiland

Author: Harry Wiland
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing (August 1, 2009)
Pages: 376 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
Rating: 4.7
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Individual productions by filmmakers Harry Wiland and Dale Bell have received an Academy Award, five Emmys, one Peabody, two Christophers, and two Cine Golden Eagles, among other awards. Their collaborative award-winning project on caregiving, "And Thou Shalt Honor," was broadcast by PBS in 2002 to wide acclaim.

Based on the PBS Series Edens Lost & Found, this unique learning resource combines an integrated, detailed academic curriculum with service-based learning activities to educate, inspire, and empower citizen learners to build.

Going to Green: A Standards-Based Environmental Education Curriculum for Schools, Colleges, and Communities. by Harry Wiland and Dale Bell 1 August 2009. Teaching Environmental Education: Trends and Practices in India. by Chong Shimray 21 April 2016.

Wiland, Harry, and Dale Bell. The green book: the everyday guide to saving the planet one simple step at a time. New York, Three Rivers Press, c2007

Wiland, Harry, and Dale Bell. Going to green: a standards-based environmental education curriculum for schools, colleges, and communities. White River Junction, VT, Chelsea Green Pu. c2009. 337 p. Includes bibliographical references. New York, Three Rivers Press, c2007. 201 p. Bibliography: p. 147-197. Go green, spend less, live better: the ultimate guide to saving the planet, saving money, and protecting your health. New York, Skyhorse Publishing, c2013. 264 p. 253-260.

In book: Across the Spectrum: Resources for Environmental Educators .

Cite this publication. Principals and Curriculum Leaders (PCLs) from all schools in Tasmania were invited to complete a survey that asked them about their understanding of various aspects of sustainability and how the sustainability CCP was integrated across learning areas. Sixty-eight PCLs (24%) responded to the survey. Environmental participation was examined within the context of a nonformal, field program for two small groups of high school students.

Schools can integrate environmental education into their curricula with sufficient funding from EE policies. Green schools, or green facility promotion, are another main component of environmental education policies. In addition to funding environmental curricula in the classroom, environmental education policies allot the financial resources for hands-on, outdoor learning.

Environmental Education. Community-based Environmental Education. You're passionate about our environment, but you also love teaching others. In this program, these ideas come together, amplifying your ability to effect change on a larger scale. Warren Wilson environmental education graduates go on to careers in educating youth or adults on environmental issues, or graduate school programs in subjects like education, environmental journalism, or community-based conservation. Senior Capstone Project. Now, you get to be the teacher. Get teaching experience implementing education programs for local community organizations.

Environmental education is intended to save humanity from the threat of an impending on the basis of formation of ecological worldview is the consumer that prevails now. It is based on the knowledge of the laws of nature and its response to anthropogenic forcing

Environmental education is intended to save humanity from the threat of an impending on the basis of formation of ecological worldview is the consumer that prevails now. It is based on the knowledge of the laws of nature and its response to anthropogenic forcing. The further development of civilization can only be performed in coexistence with the laws of nature and awareness of man's true role in the system of biotic regulation.

Based on the PBS Series Edens Lost & Found, this unique learning resource combines an integrated, detailed academic curriculum with service-based learning activities to educate, inspire, and empower citizen learners to build greener and healthier communities. Tested in high schools, university extension classes, community colleges, and community organizations, this teacher-friendly curriculum is rated highly as a successful program for knowledge acquisition across disciplines. It meets NSTA and NCSS national standards for grades 9-12, and includes a wide variety of cross-curricular activities with focus on literature, math, and art.