Classroom Science: Ecology and Pollution
This methods course has an emphasis on pollution for grades K-12. It is an activity-based, integrated unit which addresses real-life issues that directly affect the communities in which we live. Covered in this course are population growth, air quality, water quality, and land-use issues affecting our communities now and in the future.
This course is applicable towards the Life Science Teaching Certificate.
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Teachers are the key for the success of the future generations. As an educator for 40 years, I have seen the need to assist teachers in their classrooms. I have designed courses to show the importance of the materials presented, and to relate the material to the needs of both public and private schools. I have aligned these courses to meet the requirements of each states’ standards.