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Environmental Ethics: Examining Your Connection to the Environment and Your Community
Environmental Ethics: Examining Your Connection to the Environment and Your Community
Environmental Ethics: Examining Your Connection to the Environment and Your Community
Item#: ENV-906-P
$29.95
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Running Time: 62 minutes
G 9-Adult
Closed Captioned
Goldman Environmental Prize

Available Guides;
Student Workbook, Teacher Workbook, Teacher and Student Workbook Package

 

"A terrific, bargain-priced, single-volume series geared for high school students...this is highly recommended."
-Video Librarian

"A valuable resource for those instructors seeking supplementary material for a class exploring environmental issues. Packaged with an Educator’s Guide and Student Workbook, both of which are creative and thoughtful."
-Educational Media Reviews Online

 

 

 

Part of a fully standards-based high school course supplement, Environmental Ethics: Examining Your Connection to the Environment and Your Community profiles a diverse group of courageous Goldman Environmental Prize winners who have made it their duty to protect their local environments. Organized around foundational topics in environmental studies, Environmental Ethics examines both the facts and the ethical arguments surrounding resource management practices.

The inspiring stories told in Environmental Ethics pose questions about how to weigh the needs of modern life with the reality of its impact on the natural world. Through engaging, real-life examples of ethical concepts in action, this program asks students to think more critically about the power each person has to make a difference in their own communities. A true testament to the "power of one," Environmental Ethics demonstrates the many ways that regular people can become environmental heroes.

The course is aligned to national education standards in science, social studies, and language arts. The written curriculum was developed by the Goldman Environmental Prize and the Yale University Department of Forestry and Environmental Studies. More than 50 educators tested the curriclum with their students in high schools, middle schools, universities, nature centers, and zoos around the United States.

Environmental Ethics includes this video series, a comprehensive accompanying written curriculum, and an interactive online teachers' community, the Environmental Ethics Network.

Curriculum materials available from The Video Project:

Student Workbook

Teacher Workbook

Teacher and Student Workbook Package





To download a free copy of the Student Workbook click here.

To download a free copy of the Educator Guide click here.