Catalogue


The environmental toolkit for teachers : first steps to sustainability /
Neil Fraser ; illustrations by Hanna Forsgren.
imprint
London : Bloomsbury Education, 2014, c2014
description
x, 182 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
ISBN
1441153012, 9781441153012 (paperback)
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author
imprint
London : Bloomsbury Education, 2014, c2014
isbn
1441153012
9781441153012 (paperback)
contents note
Why become an Eco-School? -- Taking action of litter -- Taking action on waste -- Taking action on energy.
abstract
A step-by-step guide to sustainability, this book is brimming with creative pupil-led projects for putting your eco-dreams into action. Begins with introduction to concept of an eco school, a summary of principles of environmental management and suggests opportunities for pupils to lead the exciting projects.
catalogue key
10286350
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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The Eco School's Toolkit is a step-by-step guide to set you on the road to school environmental management. Through exciting, easy-to-implement whole-school and class projects that reduce environmental impact, this book and companion website will help you to put the children at the centre of making their school sustainable, and get colleagues, parents and other stakeholders on board too. The Eco School's Toolkit begins with an introduction to the concept of an eco school, a quick summary of the principles of environmental management and then suggests opportunities for pupils to lead the exciting projects and save teachers time. The author provides: - All the project steps necessary to tackle litter, waste and energy management - Supporting lesson plans, tools and online resources - Signposts to further support This book will encourage sustainable habits, enrich the curriculum and make your school green! For anyone committed to making their school sustainable, this book is the perfect starting point.

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