Sources: Exploring Environmental Science with Children and Teens

Tiffeni Fontno


Current classroom education focuses primarily on reading and math. This leaves little room for learning material that inspires scientific inquiry. To address the gaps in learning, many educators advocate for school-aged children to have more exposure to the sciences through STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) curricula. In an effort to meet this need, Exploring Environmental Sciences with Children and Teens by Eileen G. Harrington creates an avenue for public and school libraries, along with museums, to cultivate partnerships, programs, and learning experiences outside of the classroom as a means of addressing deficiencies in science.

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