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Kubiatko, Milan; Nepras, Karel; Strejckova, Tereza; Kroufek, Roman – Journal of Baltic Science Education, 2021
Biodiversity is the result of long-term evolution. It is one of the fundamental global problems of today as it is declining in space and time. The aim of this research was to determine the relationship of man and nature and to analyze the influence of variables such as gender, age, pet ownership, cultivation of plants, and perception of popular…
Descriptors: Individual Characteristics, Gender Differences, Age Differences, Animals
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Nunes, Rhewter; de Bem Oliveira, Ivone; de Araújo Dias, Priscila; Bidinotto, Alexandre Borges; de Campos Telles, Mariana Pires – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2021
In this paper, we propose and describe a new approach, named BarcodingGO, to teach environmental DNA and bioinformatics concepts to undergraduate or graduate students in molecular biology-related fields. The learning pipeline proposed here aims to solve a simulated environmental monitoring problem, in which a biodiversity survey of a particular…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, College Science, College Students, Molecular Biology
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Lin, Jing; Hiltebrand, Genevieve; Stoltz, Angela; Rappeport, Annie – International Studies in Sociology of Education, 2021
This article focuses on the relationships between social justice, environmental justice, and sustainability from the local to global levels. We envision social and environmental justice as involving not only human beings, but also the rights of all species to life and respect. We advocate an ecological justice approach based on the equality and…
Descriptors: Correlation, Social Justice, Indigenous Knowledge, Environmental Education
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Fischer, Heather A.; Wentz, Elizabeth A. – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2021
Volunteer science programs are designed to increase public understanding and appreciation of science by creating opportunities for the public to engage in science. This research assesses the impact of Map of Life-Denali on its volunteers. This program calls on park visitors to record wildlife observations while they visit Denali National Park and…
Descriptors: Place Based Education, Attachment Behavior, Outcomes of Education, Tourism
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Rey-Goyeneche, Jennifer A.; Alexander, Patrick – International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 2021
By analysing an academic exhibition on the Amazon region made by Year 5 children from an Oxford-based primary school, this qualitative study explores the ways that children perceive a representation of a natural environment geographically distant from their home context. The phenomenographic analysis of written and visual documentary sources…
Descriptors: Environment, Elementary School Students, Student Attitudes, Exhibits
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McClain, Liz – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
Students at Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) are determined to utilize their education to help combat the looming climate change crisis and the effects it will have on their Fort Belknap community. Children at ANC's White Clay Immersion School have built their own weather station and created an Aaniiin language book on climate change for elementary…
Descriptors: Tribally Controlled Education, American Indian Reservations, Minority Serving Institutions, Climate
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Oguri, Yuko; Takano, Takako – Policy Futures in Education, 2021
This paper discusses human relationships with the natural world in Japanese educational policy. Based on two case studies, we argue that policy must recognize the cultural and spiritual ties that people in Japan have fostered in order to live well, which this paper considers to be part of "re-wilding education policy." We briefly review…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Educational Change, Case Studies, Asian Culture
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Ketlhoilwe, Mphemelang Joseph; Velempini, Kgosietsile – Policy Futures in Education, 2021
Teaching and learning must be transformed in order to prepare learners to respond to escalating social, economic and environmental challenges. The primary purpose of this paper is to contribute to the process of wilding pedagogy. The lessons learned in this paper emerge mainly from a desktop study and educational excursions to a natural resources…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Centered Learning, Educational Policy, Intervention
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Lowan-Trudeau, Greg – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
This article presents a comparative exploration of news media portrayals of Indigenous environmental issues in Canada and the United States guided by a qualitative multimodal critical discourse analysis methodology. Theoretical framing was provided by Elliot Eisner's three curricula, Antonio López's visual literacy framework, and the broader…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Fuels, American Indians
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Rousell, David – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
This paper develops a cosmopolitical approach to multi-species inquiry in environmental education and its associated research. Drawing on Isabelle Stengers' concepts of "etho-ecology" and an "ecology of practices", the paper explores ethical and political questions of what it means to think-with nonhuman animals as sentient…
Descriptors: Parks, Environmental Education, Inquiry, Ecology
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Gerl, Thomas; Randler, Christoph; Neuhaus, Birgit Jana – International Journal of Science Education, 2021
Vertebrate species knowledge, a key factor for conserving biodiversity, is a compulsory part of school curricula. This study evaluated the vertebrate species knowledge of sixth-grade German grammar school pupils (aged 11-13) to investigate the influence of socio-demographic factors (gender, size of hometown, mother tongue), personal expectations…
Descriptors: Wildlife, Animals, Biodiversity, Knowledge Level
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Thomas, Nicole Juliana; Vo, Tina – Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, 2021
Natural Selection is prevalent throughout life science learning standards across K-12 contexts. Additionally, undergraduates who are interested in the fields of biology and education must also be well informed on the topic, as it is foundational to some biology research and necessary to touch upon within elementary and secondary classrooms. This…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Technology Integration, Instructional Effectiveness, Undergraduate Students
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Cook, Emily L.; Ormsby, Alison A. – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2021
The Mariana crow ("Corvus kubaryi"), called Åga, is critically endangered and endemic to the Mariana Island of Rota. This study developed and implemented an avian-focused environmental education curriculum and evaluated the curriculum's influence on attitudes and knowledge using social science research methods. Fifth and sixth grade…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Wildlife, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Implementation
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Pick, Shellie – Childhood Education, 2021
In a webinar series called the Wild Side of STEAM, educators at the Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute introduce young viewers to these lesser-known or unusual careers. The free webinar series, launched in October 2020, informs viewers about the variety of careers available in science, technology, engineering, arts, and…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Art Education, Recreational Facilities, Career Exploration
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Huffling, Lacey; Scott, Heather; Weeks, Melissa; Johnson, Hayward; Gantt, Britt; Collins, Regina – Science Teacher, 2021
The lesson set in this article describes an introductory learning experience using wildlife camera-based citizen science projects hosted on Zooniverse (http://www.zooniverse.org). Wildlife camera projects were chosen due to the charisma of the study organisms, student engagement while looking at images, ease of access to projects, ease of teaching…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Teaching Methods, Animals, Academic Language
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