|From caterpillars to alarmism|
|Written by Kristin McMurray|
|Monday, 10 May 2010 16:50|
Kristin Ziemke Fastabend, a Chicago elementary school teacher, was recently given an Kohl McCormick Early Education Teaching Award for teaching her class about the dangers of climate change. She took an Earthwatch Teaching Fellowship to teach her first-grade class about caterpillars.
This is why it is so important to bring a balanced education to the schools, and why Not Evil has drafted educational resources and joined the Independent Woman's Forum to launch a Balanced Education for Everyone so that can debunk the alarmist propaganda so prevalent in science classes.
Fastabend did this by taking her class on a virtual trip to the Louisiana Bayou, showing her class the habitat, leaves and labs involved. And while I admire the inventiveness of her teaching style, Fastabend is already laying alarmist ground work by teaching children that the earth will be endangered if they don't take action.
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