Population
  • ADVENTURES IN EDUCATION.  by Zero Population Growth Inc., 1984. This kit includes samples of approaches and activities you can use in the classroom to introduce the students on a wide range of basic and important population concepts, facts and issues.
  • ELEMENTARY POPULATION ACTIVITIES KIT.  Zero Population Growth Educational Materials, Box 3, 1346 Conn. Ave., NW., Washington, DC. 20036, 1982.  Twenty modules that can be used individually, or together to form a unit of study.  Covers such topics as energy consumption, exponential growth, migration, doubling time and the kit can easily be incorporated into different disciplines.  Teacher's guide included.  K-6.
  • ENVIRONMENT AND POPULATION.  Kathryn Horsley, et al., Washington:  National Education Association, 1972.  Source book for secondary teachers on issues relating to environment and population.
  • GLOBAL 2000 COUNTDOWN KIT.  Zero Population Growth Educational Materials, Box 3, 1346 Conn. Ave., NW., Washington, DC. 20036.  A comprehensive teaching kit on our Earth's population, environment and resources for use in secondary classrooms.  The kit includes 14 modules each covering a different topic and complete with topic overviews, teacher's guide and bibliography.
  • MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, AND LIVING TOGETHER.  Leon E. Clark, Population Reference Bureau, Inc., 1337 Conn. Ave., NW., Washington, DC. 20036.  Helps students examine their attitudes toward marriage, divorce and living together and compares students' views with a cross-section of American opinion.  Junior High-College.
  • MORTALITY AMERICAN STYLE:  A Tale of Two States.  Leon E. Clark, Population Reference Bureau, Inc., 1337 Conn. Ave., NW., Washington, DC. 20036.  Designed to help students develop an awareness of the relationship between lifestyle and health and life expectancy.  Encourages student analysis of data on mortality rates from tables and charts provided.  Junior High-College.
  • PEOPLE!  Robert C. Cook and Jane Lecht, Washington:  Columbia Books, 1973.  An introduction to the study of population, e.g. how it grows, how it affects us, and how it can be controlled.
  • POPULATION ACTIVIST'S HANDBOOK.  New York:  Collier Books, 1974.  Should be the standard reference and guide for anyone concerned with the population crisis.
  • POPULATION AND HAWAII:  A Case Study.  Population Reference Bureau, Inc., 1337 Conn. Ave., NW., Washington, DC. 20036.  Shows the causes and consequences of population change and the complex policies to deal with these consequences against the backdrop of HawaiiÕs rapid development.  Junior High-College.
  • POPULATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE:  A Curriculum Guide for High School Teachers.  by Mark E. Cohan and Neil C. Gustafson, Minneapolis:  Upper Midwest Council, 1974.  Suggested activities and discussion questions for a unit on population and social change are included in this guide.
  • POPULATION HANDBOOK.  Arthur Haupt and Thomas T. Kane, Washington:  Population Reference Bureau, 1978.  A quick guide to population dynamics for journalists, policy makers, teachers, students and other people interested in other people.
  • POPULATION REFERENCE BUREAU POSTERS.  Washington:  Population Reference Bureau, Inc.  A collection of four (4) posters on population.  Contents include:  World Population Growth, World Birth and Death Rates, Age-Sex Population Pyramids, Distribution of U.S. Population.
  • POPULATION:  The People Problem.  Stanford, CT:  Multi-Media Productions, Inc., 1975.  Two filmstrips and a cassette which introduces basic demographic concepts and examine the problem from a global viewpoint.  Teacher manual includes objectives of the program, discussion questions and potential themes and thrusts.  High School or Adult.
  • TEACHING ABOUT POPULATION GROWTH.  by George G. Otero, 1977.  Activities focus on population dynamics, growth, size, density, distribution, and demography.  The purpose of the unit is not to propagandize or indoctrinate, but to show population as a dynamic process to be studied.
  • TEACHING ABOUT POPULATION GROWTH.  CTIR, The University of Denver, 1981. The three objectives of this source are to promote knowledge, develop collection and analysis skills, and to have the students understand themselves as population actors who can have an influence on the world.
  • TEACHING ABOUT POPULATION ISSUES.  by George Otero, 1977 (grades 6-12).  Twenty activities focus on crowding, population control, and other population issues.\
  • TEACHING ABOUT POPULATION.  Intercom #72, 1973.  A guide to discussion, study and resource information appropriate for population education.  Adult.
  • THE COST AND VALUE OF AMERICAN CHILDREN.  Leon E. Clarke, Population Reference Bureau, Inc., 1337 Conn. Ave., NW., Wash., DC. 20036.  This module is designed to help students clarify their attitudes toward parenthood, and examine the advantages and disadvantages of having children.  Includes a values questionnaire, data on the costs of raising children, and an examination of the cultural perceptions of children.  Jr. High-College.
  • THIS CROWDED WORLD.  Lillian B. Frankel, Washington:  Columbia Books, Inc., 1970.  An introduction to the story of population.
  • WORLD DEMOGRAPHIC PATTERNS 1983.  a poster.
  • WORLD POPULATION AND BEYOND:  A Teaching Strategies for Global Studies.  Washington:  Reference Bureau, Inc.  Activities to encourage students to analyze worldwide data on several demographic and economic variables.  Junior High to Adult.
  • WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET.  Washington:  Population Reference Bureau, Inc., 1983.  Variety of data sheets on population, e.g., urbanization, infant morality, and other demographic information.