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This case study explores the use of cameras in the classroom to aid in environmental education curriculum via firsthand experiences. The study utilizes the permanence and ease of technology to aid in retention and ownership of environmental concepts allowing the three student groups to use the technology to study outdoor areas, over five instances. Included in the study are students of all abilities and over forty examples of student work. The study explores post trip examination of the photos and several examples of how to use the images in the classroom for further study, extending the learning opportunities.
Northey, Samuel L., "Technology integration in environmental learning: a photography based case study" (2010). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 1040.