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Lessons in Curriculum from Aldo Leopold's Education.pdf (193.33 kB)

Lessons in Curriculum from Aldo Leopold's Education

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posted on 2019-08-26, 23:06 authored by Henry St. MauriceHenry St. Maurice

Using archival data, Leopold’s secondary curricula at Burlington Iowa High School and The Lawrenceville (New Jersey) School are analyzed for knowledge and skills that are relevant to environmental educators. A list of literary and scientific texts was used to survey current students in colleges and universities to determine to what extent, if any, they have been included in contemporary curricula for environmental literacy. Specific recommendations are made for environmental educators.




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  • United States

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  • Higher Education Faculty 4-yr College

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University of Wisconsin -Stevens Point

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  • Yes

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This study was found exempt from review by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point because participants gave explicit informed consent for an anonymous survey free from coercion and conflicts of interest.


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