Jill Schneiderman

Earth Science and Geography

Vassar College

Workshop Leader and Participant, Website Contributor

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Course Modules (5)

Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
This module enables students to identify the freshwater components of the hydrologic cycle and connect them to the basic need of all human beings for equal access to clean freshwater. This is accomplished by ...

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Unit 4: Women and Water part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Students explore water quality and freshwater access issues around the globe. The activities require students to investigate region-specific water problems in different parts of the world and analyze how those ...

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Unit 1: Introduction to Environmental Justice part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Students will investigate the history of the environmental justice movement in the United States by situating it within the context of the US civil rights and environmental movements. The unit also makes ...

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Unit 3: Streams and Water Diversion part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Unit 3 communicates the critical need for management of fresh water and ways in which citizens may take part in its conservation and restoration. Students explore the relationships between watersheds, drainage ...

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Unit 5: Hazardous Waste and Love Canal part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Students explore the classic case of Love Canal, New York, in which Lois Gibbs—originally described as a "hysterical housewife"—mobilized her community and called attention to the contamination of ...

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Activities (4)

Unit 4: Women and Water part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Students explore water quality and freshwater access issues around the globe. The activities require students to investigate region-specific water problems in different parts of the world and analyze how those ...

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Unit 1: Introduction to Environmental Justice part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Students will investigate the history of the environmental justice movement in the United States by situating it within the context of the US civil rights and environmental movements. The unit also makes ...

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Unit 3: Streams and Water Diversion part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Unit 3 communicates the critical need for management of fresh water and ways in which citizens may take part in its conservation and restoration. Students explore the relationships between watersheds, drainage ...

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Unit 5: Hazardous Waste and Love Canal part of Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources
Students explore the classic case of Love Canal, New York, in which Lois Gibbs—originally described as a "hysterical housewife"—mobilized her community and called attention to the contamination of ...

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Essay (1)

A Science Writing Seminar on Geology and Justice part of Integrate:Workshops:Teaching Environmental Justice: Interdisciplinary Approaches:Essays
Jill S. Schneiderman, , Vassar College I taught my first multidisciplinary "Earth System and Environmental Justice" course in 1997 after winning a National Science Foundation Curriculum Development Grant ...