261 pages , Springer , 2015-10-26 The effectiveness of Education for Sustainable Development depends on the ability of schools and teachers to embrace pedagogies that reduce the gap between the rhetoric of education for the environment and the reality of classroom practices. This book responds to the need to better understand the nature of the relationships between agenc...[Read More]
367 pages , First Edition Design Pub. , 2015-02-10 Whether you are a veteran of environmental education or new to taking students outdoors, this book will help you organize positive experiences in Nature for your students, friends, children and colleagues. In these pages you will find ideas designed to arouse your passion for learning and ignite a flame of excitement. By...[Read More]
250 pages , McGraw Hill Professional , 2002 Describes a variety of careers in the environmental studies fields, providing information on assessing strengths and weaknesses, choosing the ideal location, establishing a standard of living, exploring unusual career paths, identifying the best employers, and other related topics.
Tata McGraw-Hill Education Overview: This textbook has been written according to the syllabus designed by the UGC for a core course in environmental studies. It will be useful for undergraduate students, of all Indian universities, studying this subject as part of their BSc, BCom, BA and BTech course. Salient Features: (i) Complete coverage of the UGC course curriculum. (ii) Simple and ...[Read More]
147 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2009-10-06 Environmental education and education for sustainable development have become features of many countries’ formal education systems. To date, however, there have been few attempts to explore what such learning looks and feels like from the perspective of the learners. Based on in-depth empirical studies in schoo...[Read More]