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ERIC Number: ED082922
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 3
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Exploring Fencerows--An Outdoor Teaching Technique.
Rillo, Thomas J.
The exploration of fencerows as an outdoor teaching technique is described. The concepts that can be developed as students walk down the fencerows are related to science, life styles, and economy. By dividing a class into small groups, a teacher can employ problem-solving techniques in fencerow exploration. The following group topics are possible approaches; animals, microclimate, soil, and fence scouting. It was noted that fencerow exploration is one of many outdoor activities which help to build understandings, identify and solve problems, form judgements, and intensify interest in and appreciation of the world in which we live. (PS)
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