Action projects are an invaluable way to engage students in authentic, real-life application of the concepts they have learned relating to the environment and a wonderful means of instilling a sense of environmental stewardship.This chapter offers suggestions on how to plan action projects that address environmental issues of importance, whether in school grounds or in communities. The authors offer suggestions of how to begin this process, where to seek partnerships and funding, and how to garner support from faculty, administrators, and parents. Actual student projects are showcased in this chapter.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 3/1/2010Stock # PB273X_7

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