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Thinking About Sustainability


Practical ways of developing thoughtful, well-informed citizens

Thinking About Sustainability identifies how specific thinking skills can be developed in the context of sustainability. It is designed to be flexible so that the teacher can adapt and/or cherry-pick activities to suit the needs of a particular class or student. Comprehensive sets of prompting questions and many website links are included.

Ages: 5-11 | Pages: 58
Code: 0511 | ISBN: 9781877536908

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Patricia Kendell

Patricia Kendell has worked in educational publishing for many years and most recently as an education officer with WWF. She is particularly interested in how young children learn and believes that most children (particularly those with learning or behavioural difficulties) benefit immensely from having access to the natural world, be it in the school grounds, local parks or more wild spaces.