CBEEN members can order these recommended resources at a discounted rate!
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A percentage of all book sales will support environmental stewardship & sustainability in the Columbia Basin.
Teaching Young Kids about Climate Change
Teaching Young Kids about Climate Change brings together 20 articles and many activities from Green Teacher magazine to aid any educator in tackling this essential topic with K-8 students. The activities have the capacity to help young people appreciate the energy forms, solar cooking techniques, options for sustainable transportation, and much more.
Teaching Teens about Climate Change
Teaching Teens about Climate Change brings together 12 articles and activities from Green Teacher magazine. The activities have the capacity to take teens from despair to empowerment, help them appreciate the difference between cap and trade and carbon taxes, explore the environmental impacts of the tar sands, provide options for sustainable transportation, and much more.
Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature
Jon Young, Ellen Haas, Evan McGown
Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature reveals the Coyote Mentoring approach, an educational model designed to facilitate connections to nature. Strategies like questioning, storytelling, tracking, mapping, and practicing survival skills will inspire student curiosity and encourage self-sufficiency. Background information will help parents, teachers and others feel more confident in introducing children to new ways of experiencing and learning about the natural world.
Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition
Doug Anderson, Lorraine Chiarotto, Julie Comay
Natural Curiosity is a teacher resource that focuses on Environmental Inquiry, and how to bring inquiry-based teaching practices into the classroom. The resource offers elementary school teachers a guide to making both the content and process of learning about the world more engaging and relevant to their students. The second edition supports a stronger basic awareness of Indigenous perspectives and their importance to environmental education.