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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 school and university classrooms, this book presents rich insights into the complexities and dynamics of students' environmental learning. The authors show how careful analysis of students' environmental learning experiences can provide powerful pointers for future practice, policy and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
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 school and university classrooms, this book presents rich insights into the complexities and dynamics of students' environmental learning. The authors show how careful analysis of students' environmental learning experiences can provide powerful pointers for future practice, policy and research. Environmental Learning will be a key resource for educators, teacher educators, decision-makers and researchers involved in education and sustainable development.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 147
  • Erscheinungstermin: 18. September 2009
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789048129560
  • Artikelnr.: 37410956
Autorenporträt
Dr Mark Rickinson is an independent educational research consultant, who specialises in research and evaluation, research reviews and research training (www.markrickinson.co.uk). He is also a Research Fellow at Oxford University Department of Education and the Policy Studies Institute, London. Between 1999 and 2005, he was a Senior Research Officer at the National Foundation for Educational Research. He is a former Chair of the Ecological and Environmental Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association and a past Coordinator of the FERN Environmental Education Research Network.

Dr Cecilia Lundholm is a Research Fellow at Stockholm University Department of Education, where she is a member of the Research group on Conceptual Development (www.ped.su.se/rcd), and at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University (www.stockholmresilience.org). Lundholm's research interests concern communication and learning about environmental and sustainability issues in formal as well as non-formal contexts. Her projects focus on moral understanding, the understanding of natural and societal phenomena and their inter linkages, and the teaching and learning of interdisciplinary environmental education. She is engaged in the Swedish National Graduate School in Education and Sustainable Development (www.did.uu.se/gresd) funded by the Research Council's Committee on Educational Science.

Dr Nick Hopwood is a Research Fellow at Oxford University Department of Education, where he has spent several years engaged in researching issues to do with environmental and geographical education, values, and learners' conceptions. Initially working in secondary schools, he has more recently developed a parallel interest in graduate (particularly doctoral) education. He is a member of GEReCo (Geography Education Research Collective) and has worked with the Geographical Association on curriculum and practice development shaped by and around young people.

Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction
Education and the environment
The role of learning
The student experience
The evidence underpinning this book
Structure of the book 2. What is environmental learning?
Defining environmental learning
Our framework
3. Researching environmental learning
Environmental learning - an emerging research topic
Ways of researching environmental learning
Current knowledge about environmental learning in formal settings 4. Lenses for understanding environmental learning
Introducing the concept of lenses
Introducing the three lenses
How the lenses came about
Why these lenses are important 5. Dealing with emotions and values
Introduction
Students' emotions and values as part of the learning process
Students' conceptions of values in subject and subject matter 6. Questioning relevance
IntroductionRelevance to learners
Relevance to curricular context 7. Negotiating viewpoints among students and teachers
Introduction
Differing views of environmental issues
Differing views of what is controversial
Differing views of what is relevant
Differing views of empathy tasks 8. Enhancing environmental learning
Overview of main arguments and findings
Enhancing environmental learning practices and policies
Enhancing environmental learning research