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Lama, Nar Bdr – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Over the last few centuries, the purpose of knowledge and well-being has been confined to our perceived need for survival in a materialist society, dominated by the idea of economic growth. However, the social and environment impacts, and the heavy cost of this approach, have compelled us to ask questions such as: What is the purpose of knowledge…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Teaching Methods, Well Being
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Velempini, Kgosietsile; Ketlhoilwe, Mphemelang Joseph – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Wild pedagogies is gaining resonance in outdoor education. This paper examines wild pedagogies from the worldview of its practitioners, by reflecting on their experiences, as well as from the encounters of student-teachers with nature, by drawing on their written testimonies. The paper is also influenced by the authors' experience of attending a…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Teacher Education, Outdoor Education, Foreign Countries
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Hempsall, Catherine – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This paper uses six common aspects of utopias to evaluate the theory of Wild Pedagogies. Individuals--and especially writers--generate utopian ideas in times of upheaval and change. The climate crisis has created a need for exactly this kind of radical thinking. In an education system that is designed to uphold the neoliberal consensus, the…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Teaching Methods, Outdoor Education, Environmental Education
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Nerland, Jørgen; Aadland, Helga – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
While outdoor education may traditionally be linked to such aspects as personal development and outdoor skills, environmental issues now prompt a consideration of how outdoor education can contribute to pro-environmental changes. In this article, we explore one pedagogical perspective on friluftsliv as an approach to wild pedagogies. Special…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Outdoor Education, Environmental Education, Well Being
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Jørgensen-Vittersø, Kari Anne; Blenkinsop, Sean; Heggen, Marianne Presthus; Neegaard, Henrik – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This article seeks to put two pedagogical orientations, one influenced by "friluftsliv" and the other wild pedagogies, into dialogue. The theoretical section focuses on three key components: childhood, knowledge, and nature. Next, we frame "friluftsliv" and wild pedagogies and connect them to contemporary early childhood…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Outdoor Education, Environmental Education, Early Childhood Education
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Hebert, David G. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This essay advances the argument that the fields of nature conservation and music sustainability are unified by shared concerns. Namely, commodification and "economic development engender approaches to the exploitation of culture that are often identical to the strategies for corporate profiteering of natural resources. Philosophical views of…
Descriptors: Conservation (Environment), Music, Sustainability, Commercialization
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MacEachren, Zabe – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Today's environmental challenges present us with the opportunity to enhance our ability to hear the voices of the more-than-human world. This was an aptitude that was central to our ancestral practices. Efforts to develop pedagogies that redirect our ways of being in the world are emerging under the broad title, "wild pedagogies." This…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Outdoor Education, Environmental Education, Experiential Learning
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Kuchta, Estella Carolye – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Uncertainty about the future is a defining feature of our times due to ongoing and global environmental emergencies. This reality prompts a re-evaluation of the traditional role, purpose, and ethics of post-secondary courses such as English literature. The present moment calls for pedagogical practices that support holistic learning, community…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Environmental Education, Outdoor Education, Postsecondary Education
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Beavington, Lee; Beeman, Chris; Blenkinsop, Sean; Heggen, Marianne Presthus; Kazi, Erika – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This paper, an experiment in human and more-than-human multi-vocality, derives from the contributing authors' experience of a Wild Pedagogies colloquium in Finse, Norway. Five creative responses to visiting the disappearing glacier, Midtdalsbreen, are offered. "Norway Grey" contrasts usual conceptions of drab grey with other colours that…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Outdoor Education, Environmental Education, Foreign Countries
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Schmidt, Jenne – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This project uses critical place inquiry (Tuck & McKenzie, 2015) to examine the Hanford Site to demonstrate the potential in wild pedagogies to engage not just immaculate and inspiring wildness places but also sites of ruin. Attending to places of ruin can illuminate the ways that the social, historical, and political are intimately…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Critical Theory, Place Based Education, Ideology
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Richey, Meghan B. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
The way we story our lives shapes the way we understand and experience the world. This paper draws on concepts from narrative therapy and examples of traditional wisdom to argue that an important step in recognizing our interdependence and co-extensive relationships with the more-than-human world is to introduce language that acknowledges…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Environmental Education, Ecology, Language Usage
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Green, Carie J. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
The research presented in this article contributes to our understanding of wild pedagogies, put into practice through the exploration of a space where culture/Nature binaries are blurred and contrasted. The observations and findings challenge the way we "see," come to know, and position ourselves as part of or separate from the natural…
Descriptors: Alaska Natives, Cultural Influences, Natural Resources, Early Childhood Education
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Nahanee, Larry; Nahanee, Chiaxten Wes; Yumagulova, Lilia; Sperry, Kathleen; Reynolds, Jonathon – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
This article is about the Squamish Ocean Canoe Family and is based on stories shared by the Skwxwú7mesh Chiaxten ("Protocol Keeper"), Wes Nahanee, and the President of the Squamish Ocean Canoe Family, Larry (Shucks) Nahanee. The article tells the story of a revival of the Skwxwú7mesh ocean-going canoe and traditions, particularly through…
Descriptors: Canada Natives, Indigenous Knowledge, Teaching Methods, Culturally Relevant Education
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MacNeil, Sarah; Hoover, Carie; Ostertag, Julia; Yumagulova, Lilia; Glithero, Lisa – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
The term "ocean literacy" originated in the early 2000s from American ocean science researchers and educators to strengthen ocean science education in the national curriculum. Worldwide, it has been adapted to reflect a more multidisciplinary approach to understanding humans' relationships with the ocean. Research from the Understanding…
Descriptors: Scientific Literacy, Oceanography, Foreign Countries, Definitions
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Albuquerque, Maria; Zandvliet, David B. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
Recent scientific studies demonstrate conclusively that our planet faces an ocean crisis and efforts to mitigate this crisis should be addressed urgently. As many species are lost to extinction, conservation steps need to be taken and are indicated by targets such as those outlined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainability and Development. Similarly,…
Descriptors: Oceanography, Case Studies, Program Evaluation, Environmental Education
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