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Promising Practices in Early Childhood Education for Sustainability September 25, 2012
Shelburne Farms’ educators, including the Sustainable Schools Project team, have immersed ourselves in reflecting on our early childhood education for sustainability practices over the last year, in preparation for our upcoming new curriculum resource guide Project Seasons for Young Learners with funding from the A. D. Henderson Foundation. We have drafted this set of Promising Practices based on our collective work. We present them to you here, and welcome your feedback.
Framing & Connecting Learning: Essential Questions in Early Childhood September 25, 2012
by Angela McGregor Hedstrom
Framing & Connecting Learning: Backwards Design in Early Childhood September 25, 2012
by Emily Hoyler
Early Childhood Education for Sustainability - Reflections from Downunder September 25, 2012
By Sue Elliott, Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne Campus, Australia
Reflections from the Summer Institute on Education for Sustainability September 25, 2012
Hear what participants had to say about our new four and a half day institute!
Summer 2012 Professional Development Recap September 25, 2012
Read about what went down and what's coming up!
Fall 2012 Newsletter September 24, 2012
New Unit Available: Sustainable Economics- The Triple Bottom Line June 18, 2012
Sustainable Economics: The Triple Bottom Line is an integrated, project based unit of study initially designed and piloted in a fourth/fifth grade classroom at the Sustainability Academy at Lawrence Barnes School.
Winter 2012 Newsletter March 5, 2012
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