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Jardine, David – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
David Jardine shares his reflections on pedagogy, conspiracy and bird watching. To him the purpose of bird watching is not about getting a longer and longer list of things that he can now ignore. Its purpose is to make almost unbearable the folding layers of sweet and inevitably fatal conspiracy. He shares his experiences of bird-watching with…
Descriptors: Animals, Reflection, Instruction, Readiness
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Lloro-Bidart, Teresa – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2015
Drawing on a multispecies ethnographic encounter with a physically disabled feral kitten, Whiskey, I take an intersectional theoretical approach to place disability studies in conversation with ecofeminist perspectives. In so doing I ask: How does a culture that produces disabled and unwanted humans render animals deserving of the same label? And…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Animals, Disabilities, Cultural Influences
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Kopnina, Helen; Gjerris, Mickey – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2015
This article focuses on the role of ethical perspectives such as deep ecology and animal rights in relation to environmental education, arguing that such perspectives are well-placed to reposition students as responsible planetary citizens. We focus on the linkage between non-consequentialism, animal rights, and deep ecology in an educational…
Descriptors: Animals, Ethics, Environmental Education, Ecology
Pontius, Joel B.; Greenwood, David A.; Ryan, Jessica L.; Greenwood, Eli A. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2013
Considering (a) the many potential connections between hunting, culture, and environmental thought, (b) how much hunters have contributed to the conservation movement and to the protection of a viable land base, and (c) renewed interest in hunting as part of the wider movement toward eating local, non-industrialized food, we seek to bring hunting…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Ecology, Food
Corman, Lauren – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
Freire's influential text, "Pedagogy of the Oppressed," relies on both anthropocentric and speciesist arguments to articulate a pedagogy for human liberation. While Freire's anthropocentric understandings of "nature" have been more thoroughly critiqued, less attention has been given to his construction of nonhuman animals, in particular. I argue…
Descriptors: Animals, Environmental Education, Bias, Critical Theory
Affifi, Ramsey – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
Education has institutionalized a process that reifies cultures, ecological communities, and ultimately evolution itself. This enclosure has lessened our sensitivity to the pedagogical (eteragogical) nature of our lived relations with other people and with other living beings. By acknowledging that learning and teaching go on between species,…
Descriptors: Hidden Curriculum, Informal Education, Animals, Ecology
Timmerman, Nora; Ostertag, Julia – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
Young children's media regularly features animals as its central characters. Potentially reflecting children's well-documented affinity for/with animals, this media--books, toys, songs, clothing, electronic media, and so on--carries with it many explicit and implicit messages about animals and human-animal relationships. This article focuses on…
Descriptors: Animals, Environmental Education, Teaching Methods, Educational Media
MacPherson, Seonaigh – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
Begun as a eulogy to the author's late companion dog, Tashi, this paper presents a "petagogy" of emotions as a strategy to enhance human apprehension of our impact on the greater-than-human-world. Occupying the null curriculum of modern education, both emotions and non-human animals have been ill-served by science and the disciplinary organization…
Descriptors: Animals, Psychological Patterns, Self Control, Empathy
Kuhl, Gail J. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
This paper encourages environmental and humane education scholars to consider the ethical implications of how nonhuman animals are represented in research. I argue that research representations of animals can work to either break down processes of "othering," or reinforce them. I explore various options for representing other animals, including…
Descriptors: Animals, Educational Research, Environmental Education, Social Distance
Barrett, M. J. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
Epistemologies, ontologies, and education based on colonial Eurocentric assumptions have made animism difficult to explicitly explore, acknowledge, and embody in environmental research. Boundaries between humans and the "natural world," including other animals, are continually reproduced through a culture that privileges rationality and the…
Descriptors: Animals, Environmental Research, Environmental Education, Research Methodology
Pedersen, Helena – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
This article seeks to contribute to the idea of "posthumanist education" by unfolding an educational situation where an assemblage of two humans and 33 former battery hens is gathered to carry out a so-called cognitive bias experiment for two days. A Deleuzian repertoire is set in motion to configure the dynamics of hens intervening in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Educational Principles, Critical Theory
Castellano, Maria; Quirino de Luca, Andrea; Sorrentino, Marcos – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
This article addresses the interface between environmental and humane education, as a theoretical and practical emerging field in Brazil. We begin by presenting conceptual similarities that, in our view, underpin and justify the need for a growing connection between the two fields of research and educational practice. We then describe an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Animals, Educational Practices, Workshops
Oakley, Jan; Watson, Gavan P. L.; Russell, Constance L.; Cutter-Mackenzie, Amy; Fawcett, Leesa; Kuhl, Gail; Russell, Joshua; van der Waal, Marlon; Warkentin, Traci – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2010
The "question of the animal" represents an area of emergent interest in the environmental education field, as researchers critically consider human-animal relations and animal advocacy in their work. Following a group discussion at the 10th Seminar in Health and Environmental Education Research, the authors of this paper share experiences,…
Descriptors: Animals, Group Discussion, Environmental Education, Educational Research
Kahn, Richard; Humes, Brandy – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2009
It is not altogether uncommon now to hear environmental educational theorists speak of the need to develop pedagogical methods that can work both for ecological sustainability and social justice. However, the majority of the socio-ecological turn in environmental education has failed to integrate nonhuman animal advocacy as a serious educational…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Animals, Environmental Education, Sustainable Development
Asfeldt, Morten; Urberg, Ingrid; Henderson, Bob – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2009
This paper explores the pedagogical benefits of combining remote winter wilderness travel and homestead living with reading, writing, and listening to personal narratives from the expedition region. A co-taught interdisciplinary university course will be used as a case study to demonstrate the ways in which this approach aids in developing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Personal Narratives, Environmental Education, Educational Benefits
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