Docent and Educator Training Guide


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This guide provides background information and a six-hour training workshop to familiarize staff and volunteers with the bushmeat issue, its solutions and ways of educating the public regarding the issue.

Please cite as:

Peterson, A., N.D. Bailey, A. Groff, S. Hommerbocker, S. Linn, L.A. Marinaccio, L.K. March, P. Pace, L. Troutman. 2003. “Facilitator’s Guide to Docent and Educator Training.” In: Bushmeat Education Resource Guide, N.D. Bailey and A. Groff, Senior Editors. Washington, DC: Bushmeat Crisis Task Force.

pdf.gif Introductions & Table of Contents(181K)

pdf.gif Chapter 1: Getting Started(119K)
How To Use This Guide, Workshop Overview and Facilitator Expectations

pdf.gif Chapter 2: Bushmeat Crisis Information(1.2M)
Background on the bushmeat crisis, Species Affected, Global Issues, Laws & Policy, Health Issues, Overfishing, Solutions, and What YOU Can Do

pdf.gif Chapter 3: Bushmeat Training Workshop(410K)
A 6-hour training workshop to introduce the bushmeat issue to educators and other concerned professionals

pdf.gif Chapter 4: Assessments(45K)
Pre and Post-Training Assessments for Participants and Facilitators

pdf.gif Chapter 5: Training Activities(2.4M)
Perspectives on the Bushmeat Crisis, Animals Affected, Causes of the Crisis, Cultural Perspectives, Overhunting and Overfishing

pdf.gif Chapter 6: Training Handouts and Overheads(106K)

pdf.gif Chapter 7: References and Resources(20K)
Please see the Resources section of the BERG for further information

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