ERIC Number: ED404107
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
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The Best of CLEARING: Environmental Education in the Pacific Northwest. Volumes I-IV: Issues 1-80.
"Clearing" magazine is a bi-monthly environmental education resource and activity guide for K-12 teachers in the Pacific Northwest. Each of these four volumes is a compilation of outstanding articles and activities from past issues of "Clearing." Volume I (Issues 1-20) presents 47 articles organized into four sections: "Spring,""Summer,""Autumn," and "Winter." Topics covered in the articles include bird watching, origami, investigating environmental issues, Native Americans, and recycling. Volume II (Issues 21-40) presents 37 articles and activities on topics such as: global awareness, dunes, El Nino, wetlands, and Earth magic--listening to the Earth. Volume III (Issues 41-60) presents 47 articles and activities on topics such as: exemplary programs in environmental education, tropical rainforests, biological diversity, hazardous waste, plastics in the marine environment, and oil spills. Volume IV (Issues 61-80) contains 75 articles and activities that cover topics such as: plastic recycling, Native American oral traditions in environmental education, ozone trends, dwindling northwest salmon, garbage, Chief Seattle, and computer-aided environmental education.
Descriptors: American Indians, Ecology, Elementary Secondary Education, Energy, Environmental Education, Instructional Materials, Integrated Activities, Learning Activities
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
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