Eloïse and the strange Museum Visit: Learning to make reasoned, ethical decisions by sca Killoran
|Title: Eloïse and the strange Museum Visit: Learning to make reasoned, ethical decisions(Citizenship for Kids: Character education and social responsibility Book 11)
Author: sca Killoran
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One of the biggest concerns we often hear about is the Environment. So, ask yourself, do you know where your trash goes? Do you know what the impacts of your actions are?
Eloïse doesn’t usually think about these questions, but, with the help of Rodin’s ‘Thinker’, she quickly learns how much we can do to battle against global warming, pollution, and our growing carbon footprint.
Join Eloïse as she uses her thinking skills to help save the planet!
“Eloïse will engage your students in reflecting on their actions and challenge them to think and take action on the issues they observe. Are you ready for your students to become action agents?”
-Michael Furdyk, Co-founder & Director of Innovation, TakingITGlobal
“This wonderful story encourages kids to think for themselves and become real-world problem solvers. Inspiring a sense of collective concern and action when it comes to caring for our planet, this book is a valuable addition to any global classroom or household.”
-Jennifer D. Klein, Global Education Consultant and Speaker, Principled Learning Strategies
“By bringing together the immediate impacts of our actions with the larger effects of human pollution and waste, this book provides a philosophical basis for living responsibly and challenging others around us to do the same.”
-Adam Chimienti is a writer for CounterPunch, activist, doctoral candidate, and IB educator
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