The use of wilderness in environmental studies across a school curriculum
Man's historical attitude to 'wilderness' is one of the subjugation and exploitation. This has contributed significantly to contemporary environmental and social problems. The way in which wilderness areas can be utilized within an integrated school curriculum is explored. The example of Treverton Preparatory. School, where such a programme is now running for the fourth consecutive year, is given.
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