Journal of Environmental Education

Volume 2 Number 1 March 1999

 

1 The turning pointin regards to the attitudeof local people, from development of, to coservationof Kushiro Marsh

Fusayuki KANDA

9 Evaluation of the joint camp for the arlyadolescent

Kuniko ISAYAMA, Kiyoshi OKUYAMA, Toshiyuki KATO and Toshitaka MORI

19 Evaluation ofeach camping activity by thesecondary school refusers

Kiyoshi OKUYAMA, Kuniko ISAYAMA, Toshiyuki KATO, Shoji SAITO, Kazutaka KIKUCHI and Toshitaka MORI

27 Evaluationof the Friendship Programin 1998

Kuniko ISAYAMA and Kyoshi OKUYAMA

35 A class for asking again on their own cultureusing "Moving around and televising" system

Yuka HAYASHI, Masaki OKADA, Yukio TAKASHIMA and Shiro KURAGANO

51 A study for environmental education aboutLake Harutori and making homepages

Takako HASHIMOTOCMasaki OKADACYukio TAKASHIMA and Yuka HAYASHI

67 Teaching materials for environmental educationin art education and case study

Yoshifumi ARAI and Hiroko KUMAGAI

79 Dealingwith environmental issues from the physical perspective: conceptualizingethe quality of energyfin high school physics class

Hisaaki KATAOKA

83 Molluscan fossilsassociated with desmostyliansfrom the middle Miocene in the Akan area, southeasternHokkaido, Japan

Akihiko SUZUKI, Kozue TANAKA and Masaichi KIMURA

93 The in situ observationof calcite formationfrom cold mineral "ikaite"

Toshihiko ITO and Fumiki YASUDA

97 Miocene volcanismin northeastern Hokkaidorelated to formation of Kurile Back-arc Basin

Yasuo IKEDA

103 Drosophilid faunaof the Tonebetsu naturalforest in Hokkaido

Tadafumi SAWASHIRO and Hide-aki WATABE

111 Conservation of ntive crayfish species inJapan and worldwide

Tadashi KAWAI

119 The present statusof crayfish in Britainand the conservation of the native species in Britainand Japan

Shin-ichi HIRUTA

133 JICA programs onEnvironmental Education inKushiro

Information Center of Hokkaido University of Education for Environmental Education

141 Learningthrough experience: A case study from "Friendship Project 98"at Hokkaido University of Education, Kushiro.

Shin-ichi HIRUTA, Kuniko ISAYAMA, Yukio ISHII and Naoki KATO

149 First visit to wetlandFBodilysensation at Onnenai area- Interpretation for hearing impaired persons -

Hisae SUZUKI

155 The activityofexpedition club of Kushirocampus

Jin TOKUNAGA, Masaaki KANEKO, Takanobu DAI and Kiyoshi OKUYAMA

163 A list of vascularplants in the area ofKushiro City

Kenjo TAKITA

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Journal of Environmental Education

Editor-in-chief

Fusayuki KANDA (Science Education)

Editorial board

Yukio TAKASHIMA (School Education)

Shin-ichi HIRUTA (Science Education)

Yasuo IKEDA (Science Education)

Yoshifumi ARAI (Fine Art Education)

Kuniko ISAYAMA (Early Childhood Education)

Hiroyuki KASAMA (Early Childhood Education)

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Hokkaido University of Education, Kushiro 085-8580, Japan

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