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Ecological Concept Development at the Elementary School Level
This case study of one school was designed to examine the level of knowledge and understanding elementary students (ages 9 – 13) have for key ecological concepts that are found in the Ontario 2007 science curriculum ...
Experience and influence : student and parent perspectives of an alternative school
Traditionally, education and schooling have been developed by and implemented through the adult perspective. An increasing number of educators and researchers focus on alternatives to mainstream education and this study ...
Investigating the human-nature relationships of wilderness leaders
This qualitative study explored how wilderness leaders view wilderness and understand their relationship with wilderness. The term wilderness leader denotes outdoor educators and guides who lead trips in backcountry ...
The significance of the land in the education and health of Anishinaabe youth from Pic River First Nation
This study shares the experiences of twenty-one Anishinabek youth from Pic River First Nation, Ontario, Canada in relation to how the Land is significant for their education and good health. This thesis is meant as a small ...