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Developing and Evaluating Environmental Education Programs (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
94-66January 1994
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Author(s) Rhonda Hunter
Description The premise of this workbook is that it is never too late to develop a good program plan.
Whether you are starting from scratch, in the midst of program implementation, or trying to
evaluate your programs, it is appropriate to detail a program plan. If you are at the
implementation or evaluation stage, you may find that you have gone through the design
stage but have not documented your decisions, assumptions or evaluation criteria. You can
use this book to help you do that. If you are just starting out, use the workbook to guide you
through a complete process.
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Keywords environmental education, environmental