Originally published in 1994. This work is intended for teachers in primary and secondary schools faced with the challenge of maximizing National Curriculum opportunities for environmental or "green" issues. The contributors suggest ways of augmenting pupils' understanding of the issues.
This book is for teachers in primary and secondary schools faced with the challenge of maximising curriculum opportunities for environmental issues. Specialist contributors suggest practical ways of augmenting their pupils’ understanding of these issues, via work in the other cross-curricular areas, in core and foundation subjects of the National Curriculum and in other areas of study.
Preface 1. Introduction – Environmental Education Steve Goodall 2. Environmental Education and Other Cross-curricular Themes (Economic and Industrial Understanding Alan Sutton, Health Education Jennifer Harrison, Careers Education Graham Robb, Citizenship and Environmental Education Janet Edwards and Information Technology Bob Hopkins) 3. Environmental Education and Practical Considerations (Conservation Organisations and Schools Sue Paice, Creating an Education and Community Environmental Resource Terry Mortimer and Drisc Wardle) 4. Environmental Education and Core and Foundation Subjects (English Ros McCulloch, Mathematics David Cain, Science Jeffrey Best, D&T Tina Jarvis, History David Kerr, Geography Patrick Bailey, Modern Foreign Languages Wasyl Cajkler, Art Martin Wenham, PE Angela Wortley, Music Linda Hargreaves, RE Mark Lofthouse) 5. Environmental Education and Other Relationships (UK and International Treaties Issy Cole-Hamilton, Moral/Values Education Mike Cross, Politics Marcus Lyon, Finance Ian Duffell, Drama Neil Kitson, Social Sciences Tony Lawson, Law Don Rowe, Communication and Media David Blake; Records of Achievement Ian Curtis, Community Education Terry Bull)
Reissuing works originally published between 1971 and 1994, this collection includes books which offer a broad spectrum of views on curriculum, both within individual schools and the wider issues around curriculum development, reform and implementation. Some cover the debate surrounding the establishment of the national curriculum in the UK while others are a more international in scope. Many of these books go beyond theory to discuss practical issues of real curriculum changes at primary or secondary level. The Set includes books on cross-curricular topics such as citizenship and environment, and also guidance, careers, life skills and pastoral care in schools. A fantastic collection of education history with much still relevant today.