The environmental toolkit for teachers : first steps to sustainability
- Fraser, Neil, author.
- London : Bloomsbury Education, 2014.
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- Physical description
- x, 182 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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- Forsgren, Hanna, illustrator.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 149-151) and index.
- Introduction and how to use this book/ 1. Why become an Eco-School?/ 2. Taking action on litter/ 3. Taking action on waste/ 4. Taking action on energy/ Case studies/ List of useful resources/ Appendices/ Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- The Environmental Toolkit for Teachers is the essential guide to reducing your school's ecological footprint and creating and embedding a sustainability ethos. Whether you are a teacher eager to make your classroom a more eco-friendly environment or a head teacher who wants to set up a whole school project, there are practical strategies and activities in this book for you. Written by an expert environmental education, this book includes 75 eco-projects and lessons that cover how to manage litter, waste and energy efficiently in a time saving, cost effective manner. Each project is tried and tested and includes a step-by-step guide, case studies and examples. There is also advice on how to monitor and evaluate your projects. A key part of the book is the focus on getting students involved in the projects in order to educate them on the ever-increasing importance of living in an environmentally friendly and sustainable community. The Environmental Toolkit for Teachers is an invaluable resource for buy teachers eager to get their school sustainability up to scratch and become the best Eco-Teacher they can be.
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- Neil Fraser ; illustrations by Hanna Forsgren.