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Shinbrot, Xoco A.; Jones, Kelly W.; Solomon, Jennifer; Escobedo, Miriam Ramos – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Citizen science is increasingly popular for educating and engaging the public, but few studies test how to achieve individual outcomes including knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors, particularly in the Global South. We operationalize the citizen science participation-behavior model for a hydrologic monitoring program in Mexico to evaluate how…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Citizen Participation, Scientific Research, Volunteers
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Grauer, Claire; Fischer, Daniel; Frank, Pascal – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Time is an essential dimension of sustainability and its premise of intra- and intergenerational justice. Moreover, prevailing sociocultural practices of time use are drivers of unsustainability. Educational institutions convey social norms on time and are thus places where time is "learned." It is therefore of relevance for Education…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Justice, Sociocultural Patterns, Sustainable Development
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Kemmis, Stephen – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This essay uses the theory of practice architectures to demonstrate the kinds of transitions underway as people change their practices to address the current climate emergency, with particular reference to Australia. The individualistic attitude-behavior model of behavioral change is inadequate for understanding these transitions, since they also…
Descriptors: Climate, Behavior Change, Ecology, Pollution
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Brissett, Nigel O. M. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Education has the potential to help address some of the most critical social and environmental issues of the Caribbean. However, I argue that this can only occur if there is a radical critique of the now dominant education for sustainable development (ESD) discourse, which is seemingly constructed primarily from the positionality and interests of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sustainable Development, Developing Nations, Social Change
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Schneller, Andrew Jon; Lacy, Griffin; Kellogg, Scott; Pettigrew, Stacy M.; Denny, Cait; Feldman-Schwartz, Gabe; Beard, Isabel; Rhodes, Andrew; Wilson Radcliffe, Brandon; Erickson, Audrey; Bardin, Isaac – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This case study investigated the outcomes of an environmental service learning program that incorporated pedagogical components taught within the transformative learning and environmental justice frameworks at an urban ecoliteracy and environmental justice center in Albany, New York. Authors conducted participant observation and gathered data from…
Descriptors: Urban Education, Transformative Learning, Outcomes of Education, High School Students
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Häggström, Margaretha – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This article presents a six-week long action research study in two primary school classes, with the aim of exploring how a Storyline approach can facilitate learning and acting on sustainability issues, and how this approach might enhance pupils' agency. This study is underpinned by and analyzed through theories of relational pedagogy, in which…
Descriptors: Personal Autonomy, Sustainable Development, Environmental Education, Teaching Methods
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Hjorth Warlenius, Rikard – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
More than a decade ago, critical ecopedagogue Richard Kahn expressed his fears and hopes regarding Education for sustainable development (ESD). He feared that ESD would be short lived and marginalized and would develop an instrumental pedagogy of one-sided transmission of knowledge, yet hoped for ESD to encompass three types of…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Poverty, Sustainable Development, Disadvantaged
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Persson, Kristin; Andrée, Maria; Caiman, Cecilia – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This study explores how fieldwork can contribute to the development of ecological literacy and draws on actor-network theory and science studies which imply an understanding of agency as being distributed. The aim is to explore the consequences of the human-nonhuman encounters in fieldwork practice for the growth of ecological literacy. The…
Descriptors: Ecology, Foreign Countries, Experiential Learning, Field Trips
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Iared, Valeria Ghisloti; Hofstatter, Lakshmi Juliane Vallim – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
In this manuscript we present a critical analysis of the current pandemic moment, shifting the SARS-CoV-2 virus to the role of teacher, thus reflecting on possible learnings from the reality in which we are inserted. This perspective is located within the new materialism, in which we consider the agency of the more-than-human world. To do so, we…
Descriptors: Pandemics, COVID-19, Teacher Role, Foreign Countries
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Ovid, Dax; Phaka, Fortunate Mafeta – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
This article presents a Pedagogical Framework for Invasive Species to shift how we understand, teach, and study invasive species, especially when people are responsible for their expansion into new ecosystems. The focus is on a species originating from countries in Sub-Saharan Africa that humans extracted and introduced in certain regions of the…
Descriptors: Ecology, Environmental Education, Animals, Wildlife
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Rosa, Claudio D.; Collado, Silvia; Larson, Lincoln R. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
The New Ecological Paradigm (NEP) scale adapted for use with children (NEP-C) is one of the most frequently used measures of children's environmental beliefs. Though widely utilized, the limitations of the NEP-C instrument are often overlooked. Based on a systematic synthesis of existing literature examining the NEP-C, we argue that the scale…
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Children, Environment, Beliefs
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Pratson, Daniel; Stern, Marc J.; Powell, Robert B. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
Positive motivation to perform work tasks has been associated with better performance and outcomes in both the organizational and informal education literature. In environmental education (EE), this means that more motivated instructors are likely to provide better programs for their participants. In this exploratory study across 15 states in the…
Descriptors: Organizational Climate, Teacher Motivation, Teachers, Environmental Education
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Lindgren, Samantha; Morris, Kristi; Price, Amanda – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
Environmental education is implemented in formal curricula in multiple ways, including K-12 science. In the United States, the adoption of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) has provided a lens for considering how the goals of environmental education and formal science education may overlap and complement one another. Potential synergies…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Science Education, Science Process Skills, Middle School Students
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Yakamovich, Jennifer; Wright, Tarah – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
Addressing global climate change beyond short-term fixes requires wider cultural change. Artists, as cultural workers, play a valuable role in attending to questions of social and ecological justice. While there is growing artistic engagement with environmental research, there are few studies which critically explore the confluence of contemporary…
Descriptors: Artists, Art, Transformative Learning, Environmental Education
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Leckey, Erin H.; Littrell, Megan K.; Okochi, Christine; González-Bascó, Ián; Gold, Anne; Rosales-Collins, Samantha – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
How can youth become leaders in their communities' resilience efforts? The Lentes en Cambio Climático (LECC) filmmaking program aimed to empower students to investigate how a changing climate affects their lives and use their own findings to inspire local resilience. Secondary students in LECC created films that explore the experiences of…
Descriptors: Local Issues, Place Based Education, Environmental Education, Informal Education
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