The Handbook of Environmental Education

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References
Agenda 21 (1992), United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (The Earth Summit).
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Bloom, B.S. (ed.) (1956) Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, London, Longman.
Carson, R. (1962) Silent Spring, London, Penguin.
CEE (Council for Environmental Education) (1987) Introducing Environmental Education. Book 2, Schools: Educating for Life, Reading, CEE.
Cooper, D.E. and Palmer, J.A. (eds) (1992) The Environment in Question, London, Routledge.
Cooper, G. and Sterling, S. (1992) In Touch: Environmental Education for Europe, Godalming, World Wide Fund for Nature.
The Conservation and Development Programme for the UK (a response to the World Conservation Strategy) (1983), London, Kogan Page, ISBN O 85038 746 9.
Council of the European Community (1988) Environmental Education, Resolution of the Council and the Ministers of Education Meeting within the Council, 88/C177/03, 24 May.
DES (Department of Education and Science) (1967) Children and their Primary Schools (The Plowden Report), London, HMSO.
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DES (1991b) History in the National Curriculum, Programme of Study for Key Stage 3, London, HMSO.
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Etobicoke Board of Education (1992) West Humber Collegiate—An Environmentally Focused Secondary School, Information Pack.
The Geographical Association (1992) A Case for Fieldwork, leaflet, Sheffield.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Part I - Setting the Scene 1
  • Chapter 1 - Concern for the Environment 3
  • Chapter 2 - Environmental Education: International Development and Progress 11
  • Chapter 3 - Threads of a Theme: Principles and Structure 18
  • Chapter 4 - The National Curriculum 23
  • Part II - Environmental Education in Schools 35
  • Chapter 5 - Planning and Practice at the Primary Level 37
  • Chapter 6 - Primary to Secondary: a Time of Transition 63
  • Chapter 7 - Planning and Practice at the Secondary Level 67
  • Chapter 8 - The Out-Of-School (Field Work) Approach 94
  • Part III - Practicalities 103
  • Chapter 9 - Developing and Coordinating a School Policy for Environmental Education 105
  • Chapter 10 - Implementing a School Policy for Environmental Education 128
  • Chapter 11 - Assessment and Evaluation 152
  • Part IV - Resources 161
  • Appendices 215
  • Appendix A 217
  • Appendix B 221
  • Appendix C 223
  • Appendix D 225
  • Appendix E 227
  • Appendix F 229
  • Appendix G 233
  • Appendix H 255
  • Appendix J 258
  • Appendix K 260
  • References 262
  • Index 264
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