Lessons, articles, and principles to further ecological teaching and learning
Materials and instructions for two activities for thinking about ecosystems and community resilience, using a striking downloadable mural.
Michael Pollan says our book "makes a critical contribution to rethinking how we teach our children about their place in nature. The best book of its kind."
A Slow School would emphasize how ideas are conceptualized, just as Slow Food emphasizes ingredients' innate qualities.
A variety of teaching strategies based on students' levels of development and brain-based research.
A project-based learning activity in which students assess their community's ability to respond to crises and develop ideas for making it more resilient.
Created in partnership with National Geographic, with examples of learning experiences for linking food, culture, health, and the environment.