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  Student Literature

Sites with on-line stories or articles for students, many of which are "published" on the WWW by students.


Links for Student Literature:

 

DragonflyNet
Nonprofit venture sponsored by NSF, NSTA and Miami University. DragonflyNet is the first project to publish children's investigations on equal footing with adult researchersí. DRAGONFLY editors are looking for third- to sixth-grade student authors nationwide.

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Eco Magazines and Journals
The Green Culture On-Line Catalog lists ordering information for a wide array of environmental magazines and journals that may be of interest to environmental educators or students. Their books section also covers a wide range of environmental topics (most titles are discounted).

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Green Gates - A New Movement to Save the Environment!
"Follow along as a fictional high school ecology club saves the environment. Explore botany, geography, and conservation biology. Presents ways for students to get involved. It's a new approach!"

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John Muir Day Study Guide:
K-12 teacher's guide with student materials for celebrating Muir's lifetime of conservation, a new addition to the John Muir Exhibit, Information Center for the Environment.

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Kid's Web
WWW Digital Library for Schoolkids. Arts, Science, Social Studies, and more.

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Leopold Education Project
LEP " is an innovative, critical thinking, conservation and environmental education curriculum based on the classic writings of the renowned conservationist, Aldo Leopold.

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Lighthouse Publications
An exciting page for children that focuses on environmental education and literacy. It features on-line stories with neat characters that fight to help the environment.

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MidLink Magazine
Online magazine for kids in the middle grades. Includes Best Web Sites picked by kids.

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Pop! magazine
A Canadian environmental magazine for youth age 7-12. Accompanying teacher resources also available.

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Rachel Carson Homestead
The birthplace of the author of Silent Spring. The Rachel Carson Homestead offers tours, classroom visits, and a summer environmental education camp in southwestern Pennsylvania. This site also provides biographical info, a bibliography, and more about Rachel Carson.

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Science/Nature for Kids
Brought to you by The Mining Company, a publication in which kids can publish their own science stories, poems, and experiences. An excellent educational resource.

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Vocal Point
A student-driven, collaborative electronic newspaper designed, managed, created, and maintained entirely by student volunteers. See example article on coral reef destruction from March 1998.

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