197 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2012-05-24 Health and the environment are important learning areas in science education and their significance is growing. Not only do they have high social relevance, but they are also close to students’ interests and needs. They provide many opportunities to unlock science with questions that are personally relevant to ...[Read More]
102 pages , 1995 A study evaluated the need for environmental education and training in vocational education in South Australia. Data were collected from the following sources: consultations with representatives of 16 organizations in the business, government, and education sectors; survey responses from 298 of 1,430 (response rate 21\%) contacted organizations/individuals conce...[Read More]
269 pages , 2005 This study examines the appropriate practices of an alternative school in west Tennessee in educating middle and high school students in long- and short-term alternative school placement. the participants included 23 students in grades 7-12 who had been classified as disruptive or failing academically, thus requiring intervention. the study's aim was to determin...[Read More]
158 pages , 2001 The goal of environmental education is to increase individuals' ecological knowledge, awareness of associated environmental problems, and motivation to evaluate and implement solutions. This project combined the concepts of environmental education with community service learning to create a new method of curriculum integration: environmental community service le...[Read More]
117 pages , Cambridge University Press , 1993 Applying modern critical theory to the interpretation of Latin poetry, the author argues for a critical approach wherein the meaning of a text is necessarily involved in the process of "reception"-- as illustrated through exemplary readings of Virgil, Ovid, Horace and Lucan.
208 pages , 2014 "In addition to data collected for this study, research was based on past experiences with public education workshops. Information learned from this research will help increase the effectiveness of future environment messages presented to the public. Conducting an environmental workshop was required to collect data for this research. Background included collecti...[Read More]
2020 Many informal education programs emphasize the transformative aspects of their experiences. This transformation-by-design approach is seen in multiple types of informal education, including long-term after-school tutoring programs and short-term residential nature education programs. By participating in such programs, youth have opportunities to gain new perspectives, horizons, and...[Read More]
124 pages , 2006 The purpose of the research done in this study was to collect techniques, methods and advice from environmental education professionals and create a concise summary of the results. The study showed the importance of using constructivist techniques in environmental education, essential to be successful in teaching in the outdoors.
140 pages , 2013 Archaeology fieldwork can be viewed as a compelling method for delivering lessons in environmental education (EE), because cultural history is important to EE, and archaeology looks through both natural and cultural lenses in an outdoor setting. In addition, ethnic minority communities including American Indians have traditionally been underserved by EE (Zint, 2...[Read More]