THE ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAMME: ANOTHER ASPECT OF ACTIVIST TEACHING AT McGILL'S FACULTY OF EDUCATION
AbstractIn the Spring of 1966, the Department of Instruction in Geography and History at McGill's Faculty of Education, attempted to introduce groups of prospective teachers to environmental studies as an aspect of activist teaching method.
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