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2004

California State University, San Bernardino

Environmental education -- Activity programs

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Outdoor Nature Program For Azalea Trails Girl Scout Resident Camp, Diana Lynn Robinson Jan 2004

Outdoor Nature Program For Azalea Trails Girl Scout Resident Camp, Diana Lynn Robinson

Theses Digitization Project

This project offers a nature program that can be implemented into youth camp programs. Outdoor Residential Camp programs offered by youth organizations provide an outdoor camp experience for many children in the communty. Many offer participants resident summer camp programs which is a perfect venue for the outdoor experience. Children exposed to outdoor experiences develop a greater sense of responsibility to the natural environment around them. The schools are not doing enough to educate youth about the natural environment. This project was written specifically for the Azalea Trails Girl Scout Camp located in the San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California ...


No Place Like Home: Using Local Surroundings And History To Implement Environmental Education, Brian Craig Snow Jan 2004

No Place Like Home: Using Local Surroundings And History To Implement Environmental Education, Brian Craig Snow

Theses Digitization Project

This project is designed to use the strategies of environmental education to teach fourth grade curriculum. By learning about the San Bernardino Mountain's ecology, the hope is that students will discover the importance of these natural systems and stimulate their interest and awareness of the natural world.