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Van Ryn, Ann; Burns, Edgar – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
Studying humankind's relationship to the earth involves broad and deep questions for students as today's educators explore changing teaching methods. This article highlights benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to environmental education, drawing upon ancient natural philosophy as a coherent conceptual resource. The Greek philosopher Plotinus…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Philosophy, Teaching Methods, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Nakagawa, Yoshifumi; Verlie, Blanche; Kim, Misol – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
In this article, we collectively explore the significance of engaging with theory in environmental education research. Inspired by Jackson and Mazzei's (2011) postqualitative research methodology, each researcher provides a short sample of engaging with his/her chosen theoretical concept for one shared data source. Through our three individual…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Research, Educational Theories, Research Methodology
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Lasczik, Alexandra; Rousell, David; Ofosu-Asare, Yaw; Foley, Angela V.; Hotko, Katie; Khatun, Ferdousi; Paquette, Marie-Laurence – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
The assemblage of water/watery/watering is a lively cartography of how water may be accounted for when theorising with and through environmental education research. Challenging the universalising claims of Western technoscience and the colonial logic of extraction, the article develops an alternative theoretical mapping of environmental education…
Descriptors: Water, Environmental Education, Ecology, Scientific Concepts
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Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, Amy; Brown, Shae L.; Osborn, Maia; Blom, Simone M.; Brown, Adi; Wijesinghe, Thilinika – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
We acknowledge and pay respect to the people of the Yugambeh Nation on whose Land we work, meet and study. We recognise the significant role the past and future Elders play in the life of the University and the region. We are mindful that within and without the buildings, the Land always was and always will be Aboriginal Land. This paper…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Research, Indigenous Knowledge, Philosophy
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Germein, Susan; Neema Vaishnava – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
Theoretical and philosophical underpinnings of education and activism in the Anthropocene will be enriched by an embrace of non-hegemonic thinking. Lakshmi Ashram, a small girls' school in the Himalayan mountains of Uttarakhand, India, provides an object lesson in thinking differently: in an imbrication of education/research/activism. This article…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Transformative Learning, Activism, Educational Philosophy
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Rafe, Mehri Mirzaei; Noaparast, Khosrow Bagheri; Hosseini, Afzal Sadat; Sajadieh, Narges – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
This article will investigate the philosophy of science of Roy Bhaskar (1944-2014) as a coherent basis for environmental education. The work of Bhaskar serves as an in-depth approach to understanding how to apply critical realism (the critical and the realist) to matters such as environmental education, because he concretely theorises the…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Philosophy, Critical Theory, Realism
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Elliot, Enid; Krusekopf, Frances – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Growing a nature kindergarten that can flourish takes a community, careful planning, and sustained support. In 2011, the Sooke School District in British Columbia, Canada undertook the project of creating a nature kindergarten when outdoor programs of this kind did not exist in the Canadian public school system. Inspired by the well-established…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Kindergarten, Outdoor Education, Program Development
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Piersol, Laura; Russell, Linda; Groves, Jenny – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Within the North American public education system, institutionalised structures of schooling often prevent teachers from aligning their values with their practice when it comes to environmental education (Bowers, 1997; Weston, 2004). In response to this, this article will outline our lived experiences, as teachers and researcher, in disrupting the…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Outdoor Education, Educational Innovation, Empowerment
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Johnson, Paul – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2017
Compelling evidence links childhood experiences in quasi-natural settings with learning and wellbeing, but, as cities grow, children's activities have been increasingly restricted to de-natured spaces that are designed or controlled by adults. In recent years, academics and education practitioners have campaigned to reverse this trend, and one…
Descriptors: School Activities, Early Experience, Foreign Countries, Recreational Activities
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Verlie, Blanche; Emery, Sherridan; Osborn, Maia; Beasy, Kim; Coleman, Bianca; Kezabu, Kevin; Nicholls, Jennifer – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2017
Graduate students are often plagued by stress and anxiety in their journeys of becoming researchers. Concerned by the prevalence of poor graduate student wellbeing in Australia, we share our experiences of kin-making and collaboration within #aaeeer (Australasian Association for Environmental Education Emerging Researchers), a collective of…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Anxiety, Well Being, Foreign Countries
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Birdsall, Sally; White, Peta – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2017
Having participated in both the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education (NZAEE) and Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) Research Symposia of 2016, the authors provide a critical analysis of the opportunities provided during these symposia for researchers to position themselves within the environmental education…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Criticism, Conferences (Gatherings), Foreign Countries
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Stevenson, Robert; Ferreira, Jo-Anne; Emery, Sherridan – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
The first research symposium, organised in conjunction with the Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) biennial conference, began with a dialogue between scholars at three different academic career stages. As we all entered the field at different periods in its development, the first part of our presentation and this article…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Educational Research
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Aguayo, Claudio; Higgins, Blanche; Field, Ellen; Nicholls, Jennifer; Pudin, Susan; Tiu, Sangion Appiee; Osborn, Maia; Hashemzadeh, Farshad; Lubuulwa, Kevin Kezabu; Boulet, Mark; Christie, Belinda A.; Mah, Jeremy – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
Following the inaugural Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) research symposium in November 2014, we--a group of emerging researchers in Environmental Education/Sustainability Education (EE/SE)--commenced an online collaboration to identify and articulate our responses to the main themes of the symposium. Identifying as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Sustainability, Educational Researchers
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Davila, Federico; Dyball, Robert – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2015
This article draws on La Via Campesina's definition of food sovereignty and its potential for reconceptualising food as a basic human right within the dominant Australian food discourse. We argue that the educative value that emerges from urban food production in Australia stems from the action of growing food and its capacity to transform…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Food, Civil Rights, Urban Areas
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Cutter-Mackenzie, Amy; Edwards, Suzy – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2014
In recent years discussions surrounding early childhood curriculum has focused on the movement from developmental to sociocultural theory. A further area worthy of investigation involves the role of content in early childhood education, specifically the relationship between content, context and pedagogy. The paper draws on teacher vignettes to…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Early Childhood Education, Course Content, Vignettes
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