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Environmental Education And High School Backpacking, David Russell Ficke Jan 2005

Environmental Education And High School Backpacking, David Russell Ficke

Theses Digitization Project

The call of the wilderness resonates in all of our hearts, with the desire to get in touch with nature and experience wilderness at some level. This project gives the high school teacher the practical resources necessary to share the passion of being in the wilderness with high school students.


Faculty Training Manual-- Academic Component: International Student Volunteers, Jessica Sue Niven Jan 2005

Faculty Training Manual-- Academic Component: International Student Volunteers, Jessica Sue Niven

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this project is to develop a training manual that will provide a common foundation for all faculty, regardless of their academic field and to take a comprehensive approach to teaching and understanding environmental education within the context of different cultures. It looks at what shapes environmental attitudes and how these attitudes vary between cultures.


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 ...


Inquiry Learning In The Earth Science Classroom, Jeni Kimberly Williams Jan 2004

Inquiry Learning In The Earth Science Classroom, Jeni Kimberly Williams

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this project was to develop a handbook of inquiry activities that can be used in high school Earth sciences.


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.


A Program For Teaching Environmental Issues In Taiwanese Junior High Schools, Ruen-Ting Huang Jan 2004

A Program For Teaching Environmental Issues In Taiwanese Junior High Schools, Ruen-Ting Huang

Theses Digitization Project

This project is designed for junior high school teachers who wish to initiate environmental issues-based education in Taiwan. It addresses the current education at junior high schools and important environmental issues in Taiwan, presenting instructional strategies for teaching controversial environmental issues. The appendix of the project is an original design for a systematic environmental issues curriculum, including student-centered and teacher-centered activities that could be integrated into curricula on related subjects. Lessons include the environmental awareness, ethics, skills for analyzing issues, research skills, debate practice, negotiation practice, and projects.


Peninsular Bighorn Sheep Of Coachella Valley, Frances Jolene Cassano Jan 2004

Peninsular Bighorn Sheep Of Coachella Valley, Frances Jolene Cassano

Theses Digitization Project

This project investigates federal, state and local agencies and organizations that are key sources of information about Peninsular bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis cremnobates) to determine the extent of the agencies' environmental education and awareness programs related to the sheep. The agencies and organizations investigated include: Bureau of Land Management, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Living Desert Wildlife and Botanical Park, Bighorn Institute, Natural Science Collaborative of the Desert Region and California Desert Managers Group. Recommendations about future educational and interpretive programs are included.


Night Of The Twisters: A Comprehensive Unit, Shawn Davis Brown Jan 2004

Night Of The Twisters: A Comprehensive Unit, Shawn Davis Brown

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of the project was to develop a comprehensive literature unit that integrates essential meteorology study within the relevant chapters of the book. Since the development of such a unit needed to encompass much more than merely the reading of the book and the study of applicable meteorological material, a multi-faceted literature experience was designed.