Environmental Education through Science (Middle)


middle primary

ISBN: 9781877478284
Code: 0397E
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Give students the opportunity to advocate for positive change. This series enables them to do that while also covering many areas of the curriculum. It is a complete set that simplifies delivery of the unit. The English maths and science activities are centred on key environmental concepts and students use a variety of learning tools including speeches, debates, surveys, scientific investigations to develop core skills.

Pages: 56 | Ages: 7-9

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About the Authors

Picture of Patsy Blackstock

Growing up close to nature near Seattle, Washington, USA, Patsy Blackstock (BA, MA/ABS, Dip Tchg) became a passionate environmentalist in 1971 with the launch of the first Earth Day. She has worked in northeast Scotland helping to develop the Global Eco-village Network. She taught for four years in Steiner Education and now focuses on environmental education for sustainability in the primary sector.

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Originally hailing from London, England, Paul Mason (BA, MSc, Dip Tchg) gained his teacher training in New Zealand at Auckland University. He has worked as a specialist English teacher, a specialist technology teacher, and at most year levels in the primary sector. Paul writes mainly short fiction aimed at engaging reluctant readers, and has had several stories published both in New Zealand and overseas. This is his first series of school resources.