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         Ecology Education:     more books (100)
  1. Conservation Education and Outreach Techniques (Techniques in Ecology and Conservation) by Susan K. Jacobson, Mallory D. McDuff, et all 2006-05-04
  2. Earth Education: A New Beginning by Steve Van Matre, 1990-04
  3. Hands-on Ecology by Colleen Kessler, 2006-11-20
  4. Exploring Ecology: 49 Ready-to-Use Activities for Grades 4-8 by Patricia A. Warren, Janet R. Galle, 2005-03-31
  5. Look to the Mountain: An Ecology of Indigenous Education by Gregory Cajete, 1994-03
  6. Environmental Education and Advocacy: Changing Perspectives of Ecology and Education
  7. Biology & Ecology of Fishes, Second Edition by James S. Diana, 2003-12
  8. Liturgy and Ecology in Dialogue (Theology & Life - Liturgy & Sacramental Theology) by Lawrence E. Mick, 1997-09
  9. Volunteers Teaching Children: A Guide for Establishing Vine Ecology Education Programs by Karen Hollweg, 1997-07
  10. The Ecology of Graduate Medical Education: Improving the Quality of Residency Programs by Alexander J. Walt, Philip G. Bashook, 1993-10
  11. Freeing Education: Steps Towards Real Choice and Diversity in Schools (Social Ecology Series) by European Colloquium on Education: New Educational Environments--rights, Mary Tasker, et all 1996-05
  12. Ecology in Education
  13. Rebirth of Value: Meditations on Beauty, Ecology, Religion, and Education by Frederick Turner, 1991-03
  14. Conservation/Ecology, Resources for Environmental Education by David F. Harrah, 1975-03

1. Ferry Beach Ecology School: Ecology Education On The Coast Of Maine
FBES provides residential ecology education for grades 38. Ecosystem-based lessons teach students about forests, ocean beaches, tidepools and estuaries, while emphasizing sustainability. Events

Facilities Programs Curriculum ... Events
Ecology Education
on the Southern Coast of Maine
What Programs Does Ferry Beach Provide?
Ferry Beach Ecology School (FBES) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to providing ecological education to 3rd-8th grade classes. Our interdisciplinary ecology curriculum focuses on teaching hands-on lessons in basic ecology by using the outdoors as a classroom a classroom where learning occurs through exploration, scientific investigation, discovery and sensory awareness. FBES naturalists take students to a variety of ecosystems residential programs , as well as day programs and outreach programs to public and private schools. Why Do Classes Come to Ferry Beach? A trip to FBES can be a once in a lifetime opportunity for students to explore and learn about ecosystems such as tidepools, beaches, dunes, salt marshes and coastal forests- places that many of them may never have seen before. The experience of being away from home and learning to live with and get along with others is also invaluable. School teachers from all over New England use this experience as an integral part of their science curriculum. Pre-visit and post-visit activity manuals as well as free teacher training during your visit to Ferry Beach Ecology School help to ensure that the week can be incorporated into the regular school year.

2. Odyssey Expeditions-- General Ecology Education Program. WEB COURSE
General ecology education Program. Course brought to the net by OdysseyExpeditions Tropical Marine Biology Voyages.
GENERAL ECOLOGY an introduction Index ECOLOGY - The science that treats the spectrum of interrelationships existing between organisms and their environment and among groups of organisms. Ecology is the science that is concerned with how individual organisms and populations of organisms live together and with their environmental surroundings. The reason environmentalism and ecology get mixed up in the media is that the scientific basis of an endangered species problems come from studies ecologists have conducted determining the ecological relationship between the species and its deteriorating environmental conditions. The environmentalists use these studies as the backbone for reasons to protect and preserve our natural environments. GENERAL ECOLOGY- basics and definitions Basics of ecological understanding.

3. ESA > Education Office
ecologyrelated professions, to engage the public in a dialogue on ecological researchand issues, and to improve the quality of ecology education at all levels
The primary goals of the Ecological Society of America's (ESA) Education Program are to increase diversity within ecology-related professions, to engage the public in a dialogue on ecological research and issues, and to improve the quality of ecology education at all levels. Ecology Education Network (EcoEdNet)
ESA's digital library to locate, contribute, and disseminate ecology education resources. With EcoEdNet resources - incorporate images into your lecture, use reviews to decide on reading materials, assign digital library articles for class discussions and journal club, and simulate lab experiences in preparation for hands-on live labs..
Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE)
The Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology Web aims to improve teaching and student learning through innovative lecture and lab activities, and to develop and disseminate peer-reviewed ecological educational curricula that undergraduate faculty can adopt and use. Two web-based volumes are available.
Strategies for Ecology Education, Development and Sustainability (SEEDS)

4. Environmental Organization WebDirectory - ScienceEcology
International Center for Tropical Ecology promotes education and research in the study Young Scholoars Aquatic Ecology Team. Deep ecology education Project. 1430 Willamette St
Science :Ecology
Coastal Ecology
Environmental Community Living
Humans and Nature
Long Term Research
Microbial Ecology
Products and Services
Species Population Control

5. EDUCATION PLANET - 283 Web Sites For Ecology
eLearning Directory. Personalized Education at your fingertips. Your wish Odyssey Expeditions General ecology education Program. WEB COURSE If asked what "Ecology" is, most non
All Grades Pre-K K-2 Higher Ed Search 100,000+ top educational sites, lessons and more! Home Science Biology Microbiology ... Ecology Found Ecology ' Web Sites. Also for ' Ecology 538 Lesson Plans 5 Books 1 Software Title 3 Videos Web Sites (1 - 10 of 283): Kids Do Ecology - Kids Do Ecology is an educational, fun web site that provides activities for kids of all ages. Learn about data, the ecology of our oceans, the Los Marineros program, and the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS).
Grades: K-5 Cache Coral Reef Ecology - The DustanLab is dedicated to furthering science and technology in several disciplines of Marine and Estuarine Ecology. The work done here serves, not only the University of Charleston, but local, national, and international science and conservation com
Grades: Cache Urban Ecology Australia - Urban Ecology Australia is a non-profit organisation working to promote and create ecologically integrated human settlements. An ecological city is a city in balance with nature. Cities are at the centre of nearly all human activity. If we fail to evolve
Grades: Cache Odyssey Expeditions General Ecology Education Program. WEB COURSE

6. ESA-Education Section EdWeb, Main Page
SEEDS Strategies for ecology education, Development and Sustainability, Institutefor Ecosystem Studies; Ecological Education for Persons with Disabilities.

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    This page was last revised 1 September 2001 , and has been accessed 40464 times since 1 January 1998. This page is maintained by Bruce W. Grant

7. Social Ecology Education And Research
Lloyd Fell, David Russell Alan Stewart (eds) Seized by Agreement, Swampedby Understanding Social ecology education and Research. David Russell.

Seized by Agreement, Swamped by Understanding
Social Ecology Education and Research David Russell
History of an educational innovation
The roots of social ecology are embedded in the fertile soil that was the Hawkesbury Diploma in Rural Extension, first offered in 1970, at what was then known as Hawkesbury Agricultural College and now the University of Western Sydney. The program changed its title to Graduate Diploma in Extension in 1974, and again in 1982, to Graduate Diploma in Social Communication. During this period the key features of the program remained the same: it was always highly experiential; it overtly fostered the learner's growth in self esteem; and it espoused the goal of measuring learning against a yardstick of social relevance. The decision to change the title yet again was greatly influenced by the writings of people like Gregory Bateson (1972), Anthony Wilden (1980) and Murray Bookchin (1982). The common ground that these authors were exploring was the co-evolution of any system and its environment. Not only do the players evolve; but so do the patterns of relationships that link them and so does the context in which these players act. Another connecting theme was the pursuit of an improved quality of relating - people to people and people to their natural environment. Yet another was the dropping of metaphors of power, hierarchy, input and output, and substituting metaphors of complementarity, fit, pattern, aesthetics and elegance. The term

8. ESA EcoEdNet Homepage
A portal to locate, contribute, and disseminate ecology educationresources. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology; Notes on
A portal to locate, contribute, and disseminate ecology education resources.
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    9. Education Ecology Biology Science
    Education Biology ecology education Species ? Audubon ExpeditionInstitute Biology ecology education. Fully English Deutsch Espa±ol ... Education Education : Biology Ecology Education: Teaching Resources
    University Programs and Classes

    English Science Environment: Education
    English Society Issues Environment Conservation and Endangered Species: Education
    English Science Environment Biodiversity: Education
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    English Kids and Teens School Time Science Living Things Animals: Endangered Species
    Backyard Nature

    Biology Ecology Education.
    Nature study basics ( Backyard Nature ) with an emphasis on backyard plants and animals. Includes a section on naming and classification, list making, and "why bother with nature?" Rock Creek Environmental Studies Center Biology Ecology Education. on the PCC Campus,Oregon ( Rock Creek Environmental Studies Center ) contains 100 acres of diverse habitats and is used by the public, schools and the college’s environmental, biology and landscape architecture programs Ecology in GCSE Separate Biology Biology Ecology Education. Site has been designed by four year 11 students. The aim is to provide a revision resource ( Ecology in GCSE Separate Biology ) covering parts of the GCSE Separate Biology Higher Level Syllabus in England.

    10. Nestucca Bay Ecology Education Program
    The Nestucca Bay ecology education Program features handson learning aboutCape Kiwanda tidepools. NESTUCCA BAY ecology education PROGRAM.
    Nestucca-Neskowin Watersheds Council presents for the Summer/Fall 2003.... The Nestucca Bay Ecology Education Program features hands-on learning about Cape Kiwanda tidepools. NESTUCCA BAY ECOLOGY EDUCATION PROGRAM
    KELP at Cape Kiwanda Marine Garden

    Come and visit the rich and diverse intertidal life of Oregon's Rocky Shore with KELP's (Kiwanda Environmental Learning Program) Tide Team. This volunteer group sets up tables near the tidepools below Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City and provide magnifying scopes, spotting scopes, touching tubs and reference material that will extend your vision into the world of tidepools and the coastal environment.
    DATE TIDE KELP at tidepools Wed. July 2 Thurs. July 3 Fri. July 4 Mon. July 14 Tues.! July 15 Wed. July 16 Thurs. July 31 Fri. Aug.1 Sat. Aug. 2
    Nestucca Bay Nature Hikes
    Join Naturalist Katia Sowers on these moderately strenuous hikes along the un-trailed tidal and dunes area. Bring rain gear, binoculars, water and snacks. Unless otherwise noted, meet at county boat launch north of Bob Straub State Park.
    Date Time Details Sat. July 19

    11. Environmental & Ecology Education Courses
    On the next page we provide lists of educational institutions which offerpostgraduate environmental or ecological orientated courses in the UK.
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    Environmental and Sustainable Development Education
    We believe that education in environmental matters is important Environmental or Ecology courses undergraduate and postgraduate ) are offered throughout the UK, covering a wide, expanding range of subject areas. Additionally there are numerous special non-formal courses.
    In total, there are hundreds, if not thousands of courses or modules on offer., and we do not provide comprehensive cover of all of them. We focus mainly on postgraduate courses since UCAS caters for undergraduates.
    There are more details on the various options lower down in this page Use the menu on the left to go to Postgraduate Education The concept of Sustainable Development has its origins round about 1990, being introduced mainly by a group of international academics. The ideology includes concern for the environment but has a much wider remit. It is much more materialistic and that is no bad thing.
    Apart from the environment the other areas of focus are threefold . They are: Making humanitarian social progress Making efficient use of natural resources and Maintaining high levels of economic growth and employment
    We would be happy to include relevant SD courses information when there is sufficient interest. For further comments on SD click here

    12. Environmental & Ecology Education Programs For Schools And Community
    Environmental ecology education Programs for Schools and Community.1. School Programs Elementary, Junior High, Senior High, Self
    Home Education Programs School Programs
    - Elementary, Junior High, Senior High, Self-directed
    and Professional Development
    Community Programs

    - Interpretative Programs, Non-formal Adult Ed Programs
    and Public Events
    Program Partners and Memberships

    Our Education Programs are designed to communicate current peer-reviewed environmental research and to foster ecological literacy in schools through field study programs and professional development workshops, and for the public through interpretative and non-formal adult education programs. Programs are developed through strategic partnerships and collaborations with other university departments, local government agencies, professional societies and leading education providers in the community. Programs operate on a principle of cost-recovery through user-fees, targeted project funding and strategic partnerships in order to be a self-supporting program and maintain affordable fee structures for user groups. kis As a university-based biological field station and institute, we are in a unique position to act as a "bridging organization" between the environmental research, management, and education communities.

    13. Environmental & Ecology Education Program Partners And Memberships
    Environmental ecology education Program Partners and Memberships.EDUCATION PROGRAM PARTNERS The following section provides a list
    Home Education Programs
    Program Partners and Memberships
    The following section provides a list of our Education Program Partners. We gratefully acknowledge their contributions to our programs; without their support we would not be able to offer the diversity of programs currently available. PARTNERSHIP AGENCY PROGRAM, SERVICES, OR FACILITIES Alberta Environment
    Kananaskis Country
    School Program Permits
    Barrier Lake Forestry Trails
    Colonel's Cabin Historic Site
    Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest
    Calgary Board of Education
    GLOBE Program Calgary Catholic Schools High School Ecology Programs UNAM Mexican Teacher Exchange FEESA (An Environmental Education Society) Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Teacher Professional Development University of Calgary Co-operative Education Division of Ecology Faculty of Education Outdoor Program Centre Ecology Co-op Student Program Naturalist Weekend Field Equipment for High Schools Master of Teaching Program Elderhostel Courses Outdoor Pursuits Equipment Rental EDUCATION PROGRAM/PROFESSIONAL AIBS American Institute of Biological Sciences

    14. Institute Of Ecosystem Studies
    ecology education Fellowship Program. I came to the Fellowship 2001 -2002 ecology education Fellow. The ecology education Fellowship Program
    Ecology Education Fellowship Program
    "I came to the Fellowship program without very articulated goals, but with a strong sense that I wanted to contribute to ecology education. I knew specifically that I wanted to hone my teaching skills and gain confidence in expressing myself and engaging children and adults in ecology. When I reflect on all the children I’ve had the pleasure to teach (and learn from), how my ideas have developed and changed, and how optimistic and excited I am about the challenge of making ecology useful and understandable for everyone, I realize that my time here has been incredibly influential." ­- 2001 - 2002 Ecology Education Fellow The Ecology Education Fellowship Program , begun in 1996, gives new educators a chance to develop their ecology teaching skills. Ecology Education Fellows are AmeriCorps members with the Youth Resource Development Corporation Building Bridges AmeriCorps Program or the Student Conservation Association Hudson Valley Program and serve terms that vary in length from three months to two years. Fellows have usually completed their undergraduate degrees in science or education, though some are currently enrolled in school and receive undergraduate or graduate credit for their Fellowship work. Fellows receive a stipend and education award. They participate in all aspects of the IES Ecology Field Programs and Ecology Day Camps , teaching students, developing curricula, evaluating programs and producing periodic ecology newsletters highlighting the work of K-12 students. Each Fellow develops a portfolio documenting work and growth and completes an independent project.

    15. Institute Of Ecosystem Studies
    Accomplishments of the IES ecology education Fellows. ecology educationFellows have completed a number of independent projects that
    Accomplishments of the IES Ecology Education Fellows
    Ecology Education Fellows have completed a number of independent projects that have created permanent resources and had lasting impacts on the IES Education Program and beyond. Likewise, the Fellows have gone on to interesting and rewarding careers, applying and extending what they learned at IES. Some of the Fellows' projects are listed below:
    • A 1996 - 1998 Fellow was the lead author on an article published in the Journal of Environmental Education (Vol. 31 No. 3) entitled "Authentic Assessment in the Informal Setting: How It Can Work For You." A 1997 - 1998 Fellow worked jointly with IES and the nearby Dutchess County Environmental Management Council (EMC) in coordinating the initial phases of the Building Watershed Bridges watershed education and monitoring project. His work with IES educators helped establish the Hudson Basin River Watch program throughout the Hudson Valley. A 1998 - 1999 Fellow worked with IES Native Plant Gardener Judy Sullivan and IES educators to develop educational materials and programs for the Fern Glen . She went on to work as a project assistant for the Ecology Field Programs and then as a research assistant for the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study. A 1999 - 2000 Fellow developed curriculum for older students participating in the Plant Power Ecology Field Program. She also served as one of the lead instructors for the 2000 Summer Ecology Camp and developed a scholarship program that continues to provide funds allowing children from the Poughkeepsie Children's Home to attend camp.

    16. Northwest Earth Institute Ecology Education
    Purpose * To clarify earthrelated values through discussions about ExploringDeep Ecology. * To Earth. . Deep Ecology course participant.
    * To clarify earth-related values through discussions about
    Exploring Deep Ecology.
    * To discover how personal values affect the way we view
    and treat the earth.
    * To understand what it means to take personal responsibility for the earth. Topics Covered
    • Deep Ecology: Human beings are one of many species, everything is interconnected, and sustainability should replace economic growth as our long-term goal. How do these underlying assumptions differ from current assumptions of our society? The Gaia Hypothesis: In some ways, the earth functions like a living organism, reflecting the interdependence of life and earth's compensating mechanisms. How do the biological and physical worlds interact to create a self-regulating process? Spirituality and the Earth: Some environmentalists and theologians emphasize a spiritual dimension in our relationship with the earth. Some believe spirituality is the key to finding motivation to live on a sustainable basis with other species and the earth's finite resources.

    17. Northwest Earth Institute Ecology Education
    from Affluenza, as well as a National Public Radio series, Deep Ecology for the firm’sbusiness plan, with a commitment to fund both education and research
    HOME PURPOSE MISSION AND HISTORY DISCUSSION COURSES ... CONTACT US "The innovative work of the Northwest Earth Institute is critical at this time. A motivated mainstream must move the nation into an era of sustainability." David Brower, Founder, Earth Island Institute The Northwest Earth Institute has produced five discussion courses: Choices for Sustainable Living, Voluntary Simplicity, Discovering a Sense of Place, Exploring Deep Ecology, and Globalization and its Critics. Key Principles and Mission NWEI programs encourage participants to explore their values, attitudes, and actions through discussion with other people. These programs are organized around three key principles:
    • An earth-centered ethic promoting individual responsibility for the earth. The practice of engaged simplicity to enrich life and reduce personal impact on the earth.

    18. The EnviroLink Network - Practical Ecology Education
    Practical ecology education. Educational Resources, Institute for TropicalMarine Ecology (ITME), Dominica (last modified 03/20/1999).

    19. Ecology Education In Eastern Europe
    ecology education in Eastern Europe. by Susan Barker and Paul Elliott Adventuresin Ecological Education From The Classroom to the Karst. Project Directors.
    Published in TEG news issue 27, Spring 2001, by the British Ecological Society.
    Category: Ecology around the World.
    Ecology Education in Eastern Europe
    by Susan Barker and Paul Elliott This article outlines a project in ecological education in Bulgaria that has just been completed with funding from the Darwin Initiative for the Survival of Species (Department of the Environment Transport and Regions) A version of this article appears in a new book on education for sustainable development in Europe. It is the result of an European Initiative to share expertise and experience in environmental education. The details are: de Haan, Gerhard, Mann, J. and Reid, A.M.(2000) Educating for Sustainability (Umeltbildung und Agenda 21) Peter Lang (Verlag) European Publishers. The output of our own project, a teaching resource book is currently only available in Bulgarian but we are looking for a commercial sponsor for an English version so watch this space!
    Adventures in Ecological Education: From The Classroom to the Karst
    Project Directors
    Dr Susan Barker and Dr Paul Elliott
    Institute of Education

    20. ET 8/97: Creek Restoration And Kids Ecology Education
    Creek restoration and kids ecology education. by Alice Martinez an DiegoCity Council members Valerie Stallings and Byron Wear helped
    Creek restoration and kids ecology education
    by Alice Martinez
    an Diego City Council members Valerie Stallings and Byron Wear helped kick off a new effort to restore Rose Creek in Pacific Beach. The project, which began on June 26, is being funded with $40,000 in Community Development Block Grant monies allocated by Stallings and Wear. The Nature School, a non-profit organization that focuses on urban creek restoration and watershed education opportunities for kids, applied for the grant money and is overseeing the project. Nature School staff have utilized volunteers from the National Civilian Community Corps, Girl and Boy Scouts, neighborhood children and community activists to help with the project. CREEK is interdisciplinary, using multimedia presentation and artful expression to challenge students' creative ability in conceiving solutions for environmental protection. Beyond traditional education, Project CREEK offers guest visits, field study, demonstrations, school assemblies, on-site workshops and town hall meetings to engage K12 and college students, parents, educators, community leaders and policy makers as participants in real-life learning as shareholders in managing community resources. There are currently two opportunities to restore urban wetlands. The first is on Mission Bay, America's largest aquatic park, which is jeopardized by urban run-off via its major tributary, Rose Creek. The second is the San Diego River, west of the trolley overpass. By cleaning up the coastal portion of Rose Creek and the San Diego River and restoring their habitats, open spaces will be preserved for numerous community benefits.

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