Welcome to Field Trip Earth!
by Mark MacAllister
: Educator Resources
This section forms the core component of the Field Trip
Earth instructional mission. Itcontains a variety of
teaching strategies that may be used individually as
"stand-alone" events or as parts of a larger
instructional unit. These lessons, designed by K-12
educators from our partner school districts, reflect
national standards in a variety of academic areas, though of
course they should be adapted for implementation in each
individual learning environment. Please see the Educator
Resources page for more information about these strategies.
These strategies will offer a measure of guidance to
teachers wishing to implement Field Trip Earth in
their classrooms. These strategies do not represent a
fully-developed curriculum. Rather, they are
"kernels" or "building blocks" that
teachers can use to teach certain concepts, processes, or
thinking skills. A teacher wishing to improve students'
writing skills, for example, can employ the journaling
strategies highlighted on the site as a means for doing so.
And, our experience shows, students are in turn very excited
about journaling if they can learn the skill while, at the
same time, reading the journal entries of a field
researchers actively engaged in a wildlife conservation
Pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
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