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Whether you’re a teacher, parent, school administrator, or homeschooler, you might be interested in some of these online resources related to green/environmental education. These websites provide ideas for curriculum, lesson plans, and hands-on activities for teachers and students. Most of these resources are related to K-12 schools, but some also apply to higher education.
education is an important branch of environmental education. The concept of
“nature-deficit disorder” is described in the bestselling book Last Child in the Woods
For additional resources on green curricula, click here. And if you know of other useful resources related to environmental education, please share your suggestions in the Comments section below.
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