Summer Methods in Summer Camps: Teaching Projects WILD, WET, and Learning Tree at an Outdoor Environmental Education Center

@inproceedings{Eick2010SummerMI,
  title={Summer Methods in Summer Camps: Teaching Projects WILD, WET, and Learning Tree at an Outdoor Environmental Education Center},
  author={Charles J. Eick and Sarah Carrier and K. Roque Perez and Doyle E. Keasal},
  year={2010}
}
  • Charles J. Eick, Sarah Carrier, +1 author Doyle E. Keasal
  • Published 2010
  • Environmental Science
  • Elementary and secondary science preservice teachers teach environmental education (EE) to summer camp children during their first science methods course. Local children in grades K-6 attend a week-long, summer day-camp at the university’s outdoor EE education center. Preservice teachers receive training in the use of the environmental curricula including Projects WILD, WET, and Learning Tree, from a Cooperative Extension Specialist. Information on the development of these curricula is also… CONTINUE READING

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