|CLASSROOM IN THE WILD
Classroom in the Wild is comprised of the following four sections:
In the Classroom Studies section are 11 topics for study including 1) The Extinction Crisis 2) Why it Matters 3) Threatened and Endangered species 4) Habitat Loss 5) Overexploitation 6) Introduced Species 7) Pollution 8) Other Factors 9) Conservation Biology 10) Conservation Actions 11) Questions for Thought.
There are dozens of activities in the Classroom Activities section which apply generally to threatened, endangered, and extinct species. Many apply to all or most of the case studies. Some of the activities require further research on your own. Examples of these activities include 1) Developing a code of ethics for a recreational activity that can injure or harass wildlife or 2) Choosing an endangered or extinct species and create a series of diagrams showing species relationships in that ecosystem and what happens when one species is removed.
The Classroom Glossary includes dozens of terms related to endangered species issues and the studies throughout the Bagheera webiste. Additional terms are continually added to the Classroom Glossary on an ongoing basis.
The Classroom Bibliography contains over 100 references for futher reading and study on the issues of endangered species and extinction. Additional reading references are continually added to the Classroom Bibliography on an ongoing basis.