ERIC Number: ED446893
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Earthlinks '97: Proceedings of the Biennial National Conference of the Australian Association for Environmental Education and the Marine Education Society of Australasia (9th, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, January 13-17, 1997).
Todd, John J., Ed.
This document contains the proceedings of the 9th Biennial National Conference of the Australian Association for Environmental Education and the Marine Society of Australasia. The contents provide a valuable snapshot of the state of environmental education in Australia while moving towards the end of the 20th century. Papers include: (1) "Stand Up, Stand Up and Be Counted: Exploring Three Myths in Environmental Education" (Fien, J.); (2) "Learning through Landscapes: The Importance of School Grounds" (Lucas, B.); (3) "Using a Multimedia Approach to Design an Environmental Education Package" (Albion, I.); (4) "What Difference Can a Good Question Make? An Introduction to Strategic Questioning" (Allan, B.; Shields, K.); (5) "The Role of Environmental Interpretation in the Management of the Natural Resources in a Recreational Area" (Arevalo-Vigne, I.; Adams, M.); (6) "AWARE (Victoria): Educators Who Talk Rubbish" (Armstrong, P.); (7) "Educating about Genetic Engineering: The Hard Cell to Buy New Genes" (Benn, K.); (8) "EnviroSchool: A Model for Environmental Education at the Secondary-Tertiary Interface" (Buchan, G.D.; Leonard, R.L.; Shore, B.); (10) "Conservation Districts: More Than 50 Years of Community-Based Conservation in the United States" (Chandler, J.); (11) "Community Education for Waste Reduction: A Review of Education Programs in NSW" (Collier, G.); (12) "Bangor Landcare in Action Engendering a Natural Relationship" (Daly, C.; Dunbabin, T.); (13) "Environmental Education in Early Childhood: Exploring the Links" (Elliot, S.); (14) "The Development of Pedagogical Theory for Environmental Science and Management Studies" (Ernsteins, R.); (15) "Interactive Displays and the Environmental Message" (Evans, D.); (16) "Into the Dragon's Lair, a Community-based, Marine Monitoring Project" (Flaherty, T.; Russell, V. J.); (17) "Making Links: Small Businesses, the Environment and the Community the SOLUTIONS to POLLUTION Small Business and Industry Environmental Review and Education Program" (Ford, C.; Maheshwari, M.); (18) "Mentoring of Environmental Education Leaders: Stages of the Relationship" (Fortino, C.); (19) "Project Wild--A Curriculum Innovation for Environmental Education: Its Usefulness Beyond the University Coursework Boundary" (Fortino, C.; Kwan, T.); (20) "Critical Thinking and Action Learning in Education for the Environment: Some Insights from Learning and Teaching with Unemployed Young People" (Gibson, G.); (21) "For a Common Cause: Case Studies in Communities and Environmental Change" (Gibson, G; Bishop, M.); (22) "Waterwatch Australia (Environmental Education for the Whole Community)" (Gowland, K.; Foster, D. J.); (23) "Renewable Energy: Here Today and Here Tomorrow" (Gray, A. T.); (24) "Evolving an Asian-South Pacific Framework for Adult and Community Environmental Education for Sustainable Societies" (Guevara, J. R. Q.); (25) "The North Keppel Island Experience--A New Approach for Marine and Environmental Education" (Hossack, D. G.); (26) "The Use of the Internet in Environmental Education or Surfing the Environmental Web" (Johnson, S.); (27) "Australian Students' Environmental Concerns and Opinions of Their Living Environment" (Kwan, T.; Miles, J.); (28) "Green Stories: The Experience of Environmental Commitment" (Mahony, D.); (29) "(Re)constructing Environmental Popular Knowledge, Reclaiming Silenced Voices" (Malone, K.); (30) "'Streamwatch' in Vietnam: Intercultural Communication and the Theory and Practice of Environmental Education" (McLaren, N.; Ferry, B.); (31) "Environmental Education in Five Pacific Nations" (Metcalfe, P.); (32) "The Australian Home Greenhouse Scorecard, Household Greenhouse Gas Emission Estimations Made Easy" (Mitchell, F.); (33) "Roundup of Marine Education Around Australia" (Moffatt, B.); (34) "Streamwatch--Wetter Than Life Itself the Evolving Strategies of Running a Large Environmental Education Program in Western NSW: A Streamwatch Perspective" (Nancarrow, J.); (35) "How Does Media Influence Environmental Issues?" (Paluzzano, K. L.); (36) "Coastwalk, a Case Study of Environmental Education in the Community" (Phillips, J.); (37) "Towards the Holistic Teacher in Environmental Education" (Salite, I.); (38) "Environmental Education for Industry" (Scott, H.); (39) "Science, Technology and the Environment: Interactive Programs for Primary Schools" (Seddon, G.); (40) "Environmental Learning: New Techniques for Student Involvement?" (Siepen, G. L.); (41) "Integrating Environmental Education across the Curriculum: A Realistic Goal or an Impossible Dream?" (Smith, S.); (42) "The Catchments, Corridors and Coasts Program in Tasmania" (Stadler, T.); (43) "Endangered Theses" (Todd, J. J.); (44) "Pre-service and In-service Training of Teachers in Environmental Education: Where To Next?" (Walker, K.); (45) "Working Greener: Industry, Education and Sustainability" (Walker, L.); and (46) "Re-imagining Landscapes, Re-writing Curriculum: A View from the Australian Tropics" (Whitehouse, H.). (CCM)
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Environmental Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Instructional Materials, Multimedia Instruction, Teaching Methods
Australian Association for Environmental Education, P.O. Box 474, Griffith University, Nathan-Queensland 4111, Australia. For full text: http://www.education.uts.edu.au/projects/AAEE.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Australian Association for Environmental Education, Tasmania. Tasmanian Branch.
Identifiers - Location: Australia