23 pages , 1987 This curriculum guideline for environmental education in Scottish schools is for levels 10-14, 14-16, and post-16. The rationale of the program is based on a belief of uneasiness of ordinary people about their environment, the relationship of people with their environment, a need for change, a lack of current progress, the need to teach for the environment, and t...[Read More]
28 pages , 2013-09 Project Report from the year 2013 in the subject Environmental Sciences, grade: -, - (Associacao Monte Pico), language: English, abstract: The island of Sao Tome, on the west coast of central Africa, is rich in endemic biodiversity but has received little attention in terms of biodiversity conservation. This is reflected in a lack of investment in environmenta...[Read More]
2013 In line with international developments, the Department of Education in South Africa (SA) recognises environmental education as a key vehicle to respond to the national and global environmental crisis (DoE, 2001, P. 3). For this reason, the post-1994 education provision sought to infuse environmental education into the new curriculum called Curriculum 2005. The White Paper on Educa...[Read More]
1995 Recently, sustainable development has emerged as a popular agenda in developing environmental education. In this study, I analyze the concepts of intergenerational equality, global economic justice, and the unity of humans and nature, which signify the convergence of rhetoric and ethics in the discourse of sustainable development. Specifically, I examine the conception of moral rec...[Read More]
866 pages , IGI Global , 2015-11-09 The field of education is in constant flux as new theories and practices emerge to engage students and improve the learning experience. Research advances help to make these improvements happen and are essential to the continued improvement of education. The Handbook of Research on Applied Learning Theory and Design in Modern Education ...[Read More]
382 pages , 2006 This capstone researches the integration of Environmental Education and Christian Education. This integration can be accomplished by combining the educational foundations behind the two disciplines. This has been done through creating a document called A Field Guide to Christian Environmental Education: A guide to integrating Environmental Education and Christia...[Read More]
25 pages , 1995 In December, 1994, the Task Force was given a specific goal of developing a strategy to deliver educational activities promoting sustainability in Ontario. The Task Force believes that education is key to building a sustainable future, and that educational efforts should have a strong sustainability focus. The Learning for Sustainability Strategy presented in thi...[Read More]
220 pages , 2004-01-01 According To This Book Scientific And Technological Developments Have Set Mankind In Disequilibrium With The Environment. Hence It Is Very Important To Impart Knowledge About The Environment To Vast Majority Of Mankind.
283 pages , Springer Nature , 2021-04-10 This book is aimed at developing sustainability competences through pedagogical approaches by comparing 15 case studies from 12 countries in 4 continents (Africa, America, Australia, and Europe) analysing how Sustainable Development (SD) is being taught in their courses, which competences are being developed, and which pedagogical...[Read More]
32 pages , 1996 A step-by-step guide for Primary or lower Secondary school students, beginning with identification of a site. Begins with identification of sites and includes (among other activities) a survey questionnaire, weather watch observation sheet, water quality & usage forms and program for a forum.