So.....according to Webster’s, the term sustainable is an adjective referring to a method of harvesting or using a resource so that the resource is not depleted or permanently damaged. What does that mean for you and your students? By creating real-world, engaging activities in your classroom and your school, you can create sustainable environmental education for your students, faculty, and staff members. Educating students and staff can have impacts that reach beyond the classroom and… Continue
Posted on September 19, 2011 at 1:18pm — 1 Comment
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Since you rock science you might consider joining the Science and Sustainability groups.
At the top of the group there should be an little + sign similar to the one in the International Educators group (image below) that says "+Join Group X." Easy stuff.
You might also enjoy some of these old science forum posts....
On comics & science:
•COMICS: Yes, More Comic Science
On teaching Science Fact through science Fiction Films:
#1. TEACHING: SCIENCE, ART OR CRAFT?
#2. LITERACY, SCIENCE & THE 4Ss
#3. VIEWING STRATEGIES: A CASE STUDY