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Whose Responsibility is it to Protect the Amazon Rainforest?

Appeared 2019
Published in Middle Level Learning

In "Whose Responsibility is it to Protect the Amazon Rainforest?" Global Field Program alum and teacher Misty Tucker discusses how and why teachers might use the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards to explore the complex issues the Amazon Rainforest is facing. Tucker touches on the "value of inquiry, the importance of using an interdisciplinary approach to teaching global issues, and the power of inspiring agents of change in our classrooms."