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Know your facts about environmental science education: bibliography and online resources at the bottom of this page!

 

 

  

    
  

 

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 Bibliography:

  • Coyle, K. (2005). Environmental Literacy in America.
  • Davis, J., Le, B., Coy, A. (2011). Building a Model of Commitment to the Natural Environment to Predict Ecological Behavior. Journal of Environmental Psychology 31:257-265
  • Lieberman, G, Hoody, L. (1998). Closing the Achievement Gap: Using the Environment as an integrative context for learning. San Diego, CA: State Education and Environment Roundtable.
  • Strife, S. (2011). Children's Environmental Concerns: Expressing Ecophobia. The Journal of Environmental Education 43(1):27-54
  • Archie, M. (2003). Advancing Education through Environmental Literacy. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • The National Environmental Education Foundation. (2000, September). Environment-Based Education: Creating High Performance Schools and Students. Washington, DC: National Environmental Education Foundation.
  • The National Education and Environment Partnership. (2002). Environmental Education and Educational Achievement: Promising Programs and Resources.  Washington, DC: National Environmental Education Foundation
  • The National Environmental Education Foundation. (2015). Environmental Literacy Report 2015. Washington, DC: National Environmental Education and Training Foundation.
  • The National Environmental Education and Training Foundation. (2005). Environmental Literacy in America. Washington, DC: National Environmental Education and Training Foundation.
  • Kuo, Frances E.; and Andrea Faber Taylor. A Potential Natural Treatment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Evidence from a National Study. In American Journal of Public Health, Vol 94, No. 9, September 2004.
  • The Benefits of Environmental Educatoin for K-12 students. eeWorks, a program of Stanford and NAAEE. 

Online Resources:

  • eePro Research Database catalogs recent peer-reviewed research and is provided by the North American Association for Environmental Education
  • eeWorks is beginning to build a comprehensive understanding of the evidence-based impacts of EE and is a project of the North American Association for Environmental Education
  • Benefits of Environmental Education lists several positive outcomes of EE, from the National Environmental Education Foundation