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Saving the Environment through Service Learning: Outcomes

About This Daily Classroom Special
Saving the Environment through Service Learning was written by Robert O. Black, teacher at Harbour City Service Learning Program and former Teachers Network web mentor. 

Service Learning Outcomes

Internet Resources/Contacts

Sample Preparation Activities

Checklist to Help Select & Plan Your Environmental Project

Sample Action Activities

Sample Reflection Activities

Sample Celebration & Reflection Activities

Sample Lesson: 
Trees for Service

How to plant a tree
How to construct a time capsule
Tree pledge

Outcomes

  1. Know the definition of environment and your place in it.
  2. Develop a heightened awareness and a sense of responsibility for conserving and cleaning the environment.
  3. Identify local, national, and international agencies working for the goals of ecology.
  4. Identify ways the environment has been abused or neglected specifically the soil, water, and air).
  5. Study the impact of ecological breakdown on people:
  6. Identify local, national, and international agencies working on behalf of ecology.
  7. Learn about renewable and non-renewable resources used as energy.
  8. Evaluate our present lifestyle and determine how it can be changed to become more kind to the environment.
  9. Study how water use and soil use in Maryland affects the Chesapeake Bay by visiting the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
  10. Analyze the impact of land development and development laws on the environment.

 

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