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Skea, Claire; Fulford, Amanda – Ethics and Education, 2021
This paper considers the recent growth in different kinds of learning outside the classroom, especially Forest Schools. It shows how the activities associated with Forest Schools often involve mainstream curriculum content delivered in outdoor settings, with a focus on developing skills and attitudes that can be utilised when back in the…
Descriptors: Ethics, Outdoor Education, Forestry, Learning Activities
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Sharma, Ajay; Alvey, Elaine Margaret – Ethics and Education, 2021
The world is confronted with wicked environmental problems that cannot be well understood or acted upon without addressing their ethical dimensions. Research shows that official science curricula on environmental science and ecology topics are shaped by the scientific discourse and environmental discourses of "ecological modernization"…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Ethics, Science Instruction, Conservation (Environment)
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Farrell, Emma; Mahon, Áine – Ethics and Education, 2021
With a particular focus on the experience of young people in higher education, this paper turns to the philosophical work of Cora Diamond to open up new ways of conceptualising mental health. We claim that Diamond offers a compelling insight into that experience of human "difficulty" so often subsumed by a medicalised vocabulary. We…
Descriptors: College Students, Mental Health, Foreign Countries, Student Experience
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Rytzler, Johannes – Ethics and Education, 2021
Attentiveness is a crucial aspect in the practice of teaching. As teaching always is teaching about something, ideas, values, events, or objects, it both draws and forms the attention of the students. When contemplating on and looking into the term "attention", it is apparent that it is not at all, a clear and well-defined concept.…
Descriptors: Ethics, Teaching Methods, Educational Philosophy, Phenomenology
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Van Stekelenburg, Lieke H.; De Ruyter, Doret; Sanderse, Wouter – Ethics and Education, 2021
The expression that professionals should be led by their moral or ethical compass is increasingly used by academics, policy makers, professionals, and educational institutes. Dutch universities of applied sciences (UAS), for example, explicitly aim to educate their students to become professionals equipped with a moral compass. This moral or…
Descriptors: Ethics, Teaching Methods, Moral Values, Universities
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Frank, Jeff – Ethics and Education, 2021
This essay has several related goals. The first is to contribute to the philosophy of education literature on Cora Diamond while introducing the work of her sister, Julie Diamond, to the field. I introduce Julie Diamond's work by connecting it to the work of John Dewey, and a secondary goal of the paper is to test lines of connection between Dewey…
Descriptors: Ethics, Teaching Methods, Educational Philosophy, Moral Values
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Frank, Jeff; Laverty, Megan – Ethics and Education, 2021
This paper introduces the special section on Cora Diamond's significance for education and educators. The introduction is meant to be the beginning of a conversation, and--to that end--the special section editors suggest lines of connections that philosophers of education might draw between their work and the work of Cora Diamond. Their list is…
Descriptors: Ethics, Teaching Methods, Educational Philosophy, Moral Values
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Johansson, Viktor – Ethics and Education, 2021
This essay explores the existential difficulties involved in being a non-indigenous scholar of philosophy and early childhood education in an indigenous context. It begins by recalling an encounter with young Sámi children that happened while doing research at an early childhood centre in northern Scandinavia. This is read alongside the poetry of…
Descriptors: Ethics, Educational Philosophy, Early Childhood Education, Indigenous Populations
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Gibboney, Daniel P. – Ethics and Education, 2021
'Facts remain robust only when … supported by a common culture,' observes Bruno Latour. Current debates over the veracity of climate change are, in actuality, crises of facts. Questions of facticity have, moreover, precipitated a deeper issue -- the prospects of unshared, 'alternative' worlds. Climate science believers have one world, climate…
Descriptors: Ethics, Climate, Epistemology, Beliefs
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Chang, David – Ethics and Education, 2021
The rapid increase in human population is one of the underlying factors driving the ecological crisis. Despite efforts on the part of educators to raise awareness of environmental issues, the ecological impact of a burgeoning population -- and the ethical implications of having children -- remains an unbroachable topic. Nevertheless, the increase…
Descriptors: Overpopulation, Ethics, Ecology, Family Planning
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Bynum, Gregory – Ethics and Education, 2021
This article proposes that Dorothy Dinnerstein's philosophy can help us understand the problem of miseducation that places male-dominated and 'masculine' rapacity at the center of so many human endeavors, including capitalist economic exploitation and environmental exploitation. Dinnerstein argues that early childhood experiences of female…
Descriptors: Ethics, Psychiatry, Educational Philosophy, Feminism
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Pedersen, Helena – Ethics and Education, 2021
Deborah Britzman's remarkable question, 'What holds education back?', appears more urgent than ever in a world of accelerating environmental crises, climate change, and what has been described as "omnicide" -- the annihilation of everything. What, then, holds education back from initiating radical change under these urgent conditions?…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Psychiatry, Ethics, Climate
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Gilliam, Cortland – Ethics and Education, 2021
Black, Indigenous and otherwise minoritized communities of color are amongst the most vulnerable to the adverse consequences of environmental crises and the solutions proposed to remedy them. The participation and subsequent erasure of non-White youth activists and organizers within environmental sustainability struggles, and their subsequent…
Descriptors: Futures (of Society), Conservation (Environment), Ethics, Sustainability
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Stone, Lynda – Ethics and Education, 2021
This article explores relationships of youth power in a set of threads leading to the potential of today's youth activism to combat the climate crisis. Following an introduction featuring Sweden's Greta Thunberg, the threads are these: First from an American context is history of youth development, with one emphasis on the construction of…
Descriptors: Misconceptions, Activism, Democracy, Correlation
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Horsthemke, Kai – Ethics and Education, 2021
Helena Pedersen's powerful keynote address poses the question: What prevents education from becoming a transformative force in times of 'omnicide', that is, 'the annihilation of everything'? She locates at least part of the response in 'institutional anxiety', which constitutes a (social-) psychological barrier to radical change. In particular,…
Descriptors: Animals, Advocacy, Anxiety, Moral Values
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