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Thesis:environmental education and sustainable practices should be implemented in elementary classrooms because it improves education in all subjects, hands on activities boosts student achievement, and it would be a foundation for their science education to build upon
Environmental education helps gifted students see links between others actions and how it affects them
Students learn complicated topics like sustainability well through reading books like The Lorax, The Giving Tree, and Stone Soup. Lessons can also be incorporated into history/geography when students are in 2nd or 3rd grade
hands on activities improve student achievement in all areas
Helps make connections between science and other subjects
Soft skills are skills that do not normally lie within the stated curriculum of the school, but are still important for students to learn. Examples of soft skills are respect
helps students learn conversation skills by asking questions and being descriptive
Foundation for science to build on
Needs to incorporate easily into the curriculum
One example is a school garden. Teaches students science skill and math skills through counting and measuring. Also teaches sustainability through growing local.
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