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This collection encourages students to look outside of themselves and at the greater world and their impact on and interactions with it. Learn how to connect students with opportunities to connect with their natural environment, and they will become ambassadors and discover the value of a healthy environment.
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6 Collection Items
6 Collection Items
100 Ways to Save the Environment
Profound yet straightforward tool to inform and educate educators. By providing small actionable steps, this resource fills a gap in 21st century education.
Habitat Awareness (Department of Ecosystem Science and Management)
This lesson outlines exposing students to the concepts of shelter, food, water and scarcity by incorporating an indoor game and a small group activity about different types of ideal habitats.
Overcoming Challenges by Interacting with Animals
13:59 Minute Video
Showcases examples of animals helping people, with the overarching theme that taking time to interact with nature (including animals) creates meaningful learning opportunities for students.
Uses of a Tree (Department of Ecosystem Science and Management)
Small group work lesson plan that explains the different parts of a tree and the many different ways a tree can be used. Student are exposed to the ways humans need trees and subsequently why they should take good care of them.
Invent an Insect
Students become acquainted with the structure and features of an insect, and are then challenged to create their own insect based on which characteristics will best fit with its lifestyle.
The Importance of Maintaining Watersheds
This lesson plan outlines how to get students engaged with their local watershed, and exposes them to visual representations of the impact of watersheds on local soil conditions.
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