ERIC Number: ED115479
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
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What Makes Education Environmental?
McInnis, Noel, Ed.; Albrecht, Don, Ed.
This publication represents a comprehensive reference on environmental education for teachers of all academic levels. With graphic illustrations, this book draws an environmental education framework and presents practical means for overcoming barriers and designing successful programs. Contributions from over 40 teachers, professors, writers and agency professionals combine viewpoints of environmental educators with new perspectives from those outside the field. Each of the 41 articles presents a look at a discrete component of the environmental education process. Of special interest to teachers are sections on teacher education, K-12 program models and unit outlines, community and school resource centers, higher education and adult education. Other articles deal with environmental communication and perception, the history and promise of environmental education, and techniques for developing financial support for the field. Also included are comprehensive bibliographies, a detailed index, and a glossary of terms. (BT)
Descriptors: Communication Skills, Curriculum, Educational Needs, Elementary Secondary Education, Environmental Education, Higher Education, Inservice Education, Instruction, Reference Materials, Teacher Education
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Publication Type: Books
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