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Childhood and Nature by David Sobel
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Childhood and Nature

by David Sobel

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In a post-NCLB world, educators and parents will be looking for alternatives. We thought we should bring this curricular focus to your attention as one alternative. Based around nature mysticism, Sobel proposes a curriculum that centers itself in a union with nature in an effort to lessen man’s footprint. While the entire perspective may be a bit much for most, there are enough interesting ideas here for nature study so that the volume is worth examination.
  davidloertscher | May 28, 2008 |
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Presents a collection of essays combining anecdotal and theoretical insights into environmental ethics and human ecology to help foster environmentally responsible students.

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