College Board. (2016). AP Biology Curriculum Framework. Retrieved from
Dettmann-Easler, D., & Pease, J. L. (1999). Evaluating the effectiveness of
residential environmental education programs in fostering positive
attitudes toward wildlife. Journal of Environmental Education, 31(1), 33–40.
Duerden, M. D., & Witt, P. A. (2010). The impact of direct and indirect
experiences on the development of environmental knowledge, attitudes,
and behavior. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30(4), 379–92.
Heard, M. J. (2016). Using a problem-based learning approach to teach
students about biodiversity, species distributions & the impact of
habitat loss. American Science Teacher, 78(9), 733–738.
Heinze, J., Bergmann, J., Rillig, M. C., & Joshi, J. (2015). Research article:
Negative biotic soil-effects enhance biodiversity by restricting potentially
dominant plant species in grasslands. Perspectives in Plant Ecology,
Evolution and Systematics, 17227–235. doi:10.1016/j.ppees.2015.03.002
Krasny, M. E., & Tidball, K. G. (2009). Applying a resilience systems
framework to urban environmental education. Environmental
Education Research, 15(4), 465–482.
Kudryavstev, A., Stedman, R. C., & Krasny, M. E. (2012). Sense of place in
environmental education. Environmental Education Research, 18(2), 229–250.
Louv, R. (2011). Reconnecting to nature in the age of technology. The
Futurist, 45(6), 41–45.
Long-Term Ecological Research Network. (2013). Experimental
Macroecology: Effects of Temperature on Biodiversity, Field Sampling.
Retrieved from http://macroeco.lternet.edu/?q=node/13
NGSS Lead States. (2013). Next Generation Science Standards: For States, By
States (Vols. 1, 2). Washington, DC: National Academies Press.
Ryan, R. L. (2005). Exploring the effects of environmental experience on
attachment to urban natural areas. Environment and Behavior, 37(1), 3–42.
Roxburgh, S. H., Shea, K., & Wilson, J. B. (2004). The intermediate
disturbance hypothesis: Patch dynamics and mechanisms of species
coexistence. Ecology, 2, 359.
Taylor, A. F., & Kuo, F. E. (2009). Children with attention deficits concentrate
better after walk in the park. Journal of Attention Disorders, 12(5), 402–409.
Taylor, A. F., Kuo, F. E., & Sullivan, W. C. (2002). Views of nature and self-discipline: Evidence from inner city children. Journal of Environmental
Psychology, 22, 49–63.
Vaske, J. J., & Korbin, K. C. (2001). Place attachment and environmentally
responsible behavior. Journal of Environmental Education, 32(4),
Wynveen, C. J., Kyle, G. T., Absher, J. D., & Theodori, G. L. (2011). The
meanings associated with varying degrees of attachment to a natural
landscape. Journal of Leisure Research, 43(2), 290–311.
Wynveen, C. J., Kyle, G. T., & Sutton, S. G. (2014). Environmental worldview,
place attachment, and awareness of environmental impacts in a marine
environment. Environment & Behavior, 46(8), 993–1017.
Yeboah, D., & Chen, H. (2016). Diversity-disturbance relationship in forest
landscapes. Landscape Ecology, 31(5), 981–987.
McKENZIE DOUP teaches AP Biology, Biology, and Human Anatomy and
Physiology at Wooster High School, 515 Oldman Road, Wooster,
Ohio 44691, USA; e-mail: email@example.com
THE AMERICAN BIOLOGY TEACHER VOLUME. 80, NO. 5, MAY 2018