6 pages , 2002 The purpose of this paper is to explain the rationale behind the creation of a set of environmental education materials that would simultaneously teach English to non-English majors at Indonesian universities. The thinking behind both the environmental education and English learning elements of the materials is explained.
221 pages , Island Press , 2004-07-30 In Earth in Mind, noted environmental educator David W. Orr focuses not on problems in education, but on the problem of education. Much of what has gone wrong with the world, he argues, is the result of inadequate and misdirected education that: alienates us from life in the name of human domination; causes students to worry about ho...[Read More]
432 pages , W. W. Norton & Company , 2012-09-05 This is the first textbook to fully synthesize all key disciplines of environmental studies. Humans in the Landscape draws on the biophysical sciences, social sciences, and humanities to explore the interactions between cultures and environments over time, and discusses classic environmental problems in the context of the o...[Read More]
140 pages , Routledge , 2019-11-01 Romantic Anti-capitalism and Nature examines the deep connections between the romantic rebellion against modernity and ecological concern with modern threats to nature. The chapters deal with expressions of romantic culture from a wide variety of different areas: travel writing, painting, utopian vision, cultural studies, political phil...[Read More]
476 pages , 2001 This thesis critically examines the implications of normative models of science, gender and feminism for environmental education. It examines issues relating to unequal power relations between the masculine and the feminine ways of knowing, the power relations between women - in particular between feminist educators. Pivotal to the analysis is an exploration of ...[Read More]
196 pages , Routledge , 2020-11-12 This book is an introduction to the long history of human learning, the environment and sustainable development – about our struggles with the natural world: first for survival, then for dominance, currently for self-preservation, and in future perhaps, even for long-term, mutually beneficial co-existence. It charts the long arc of hu...[Read More]
152 pages , 2015-07-22 This volume explores both some important ways in which moral values are embedded in much current discussion of environmental issues, as well as ways in which some conventional understandings of morality and moral education can be transformed by ideas that have emerged in the discourse of environmental concern. Contributions range from a variety of discipli...[Read More]
248 pages , 2020 "A practical and poetic manifesto promoting new concepts of environmental learning: why environment, inequity, democracy, and diversity are connected challenges, how to navigate the rapid pace of change in the Anthropocene, how to better understand social and ecological networks, how to think about migration both ecologically and culturally, and how to bring a c...[Read More]
228 pages , McGraw-Hill/Dushkin , 2008-01-28 This reader provides over 40 selections of enduring intellectual value--classic articles, book excerpts, and research studies--that have shaped our contemporary understanding of the environment.
298 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2013-03-09 The environmental movement of the 1960s made educationists in some parts of the world aware of the significance and importance of ecology in curricula at all levels of education, from kindergarten to post-secondary. A great deal of progress was made in the early 1970s in incorporating environmental awareness prog...[Read More]
626 pages , 1998-01-01 Encyclopaedia Of Environmental Education, In The Two Volumes Contains Valuable Information On Diverse Aspects Of Environmental Education. Major Issues Discussed In The Volumes Are: Introduction To Environmental Education; Environment; Psychological Environment; Environmental Pollution; Natural Environment; Physical Environment; Social Environment; Populati...[Read More]
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]