3 edition of Advancing education through environmental literacy found in the catalog.
Advancing education through environmental literacy
Michele L. Archie
by Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development in Alexandria, VA
Written in English
|Statement||Michele L. Archie.|
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This book thoroughly examines the critical role of literacy in public health and outlines a practical, effective model that bridges the gap between health education, health promotion, and health communication. Step by step, the authors outline the theory and practice of health literacy from a public health perspective. True, we have a confused public that performs poorly on basic environmental literacy questionnaires. But 95% of this public supports environmental education in our schools. And most Americans want environmental education to continue into their adult lives. Over 85% agree that government agencies should support environmental education programs.
Goldberg, M. () Social conscience. The ability to reflect on deeply-held opinions about social justice and sustainability, in: STIBBE, A. (ed) () The Handbook of Sustainability Literacy. Skills for a changing World, Green Books, Devon, pp. Environmental health literacy (EHL) involves understanding and using environmental information to make decisions about health. This study developed a validated survey instrument with four scales for assessing media-specific (i.e., air, food, water) and general EHL. The four scales were created as follows: 1) item generation: environmental health scientists and statisticians developed an.
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Archie, Michele L. Cited by: This broad focus speaks to the diversity of educators who are using theenvironment as a focal point for top-quality education. Together with the CD-ROM, this booklet is an introduction to using the environmentas a context for learning and a means to help students develop essential skills.
Advancing Education and Environmental Literacy By EETAP • April 5, • Environmental Literacy, General The Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) delivered environmental education training, services and resources to education. This book explores various and distinct aspects of environmental health literacy (EHL) from the perspective of investigators working in this emerging field and their community partners in research.
Chapters aim to distinguish EHL from health literacy and environmental health education in order to classify it as a unique field with its own purposes and outcomes.
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rather than English teachers focussing on a general academic vocabulary and subject.