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Neus Evans; Hilary J. Inwood; Beth Christie; Emiko Newman – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
This paper draws on interview data to explore Australian, Canadian and Scottish teacher educators' conceptions of sustainability education (SE) within initial teacher education (ITE). Findings were generated across three themes: teacher educators' (i) conceptions of SE and SE in ITE, (ii) curriculum and pedagogical practices, and (iii) barriers,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sustainability, Teacher Educators, Environmental Education
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Henri, D. A.; Martinez-Levasseur, L. M.; Provencher, J. F.; Debets, C. D.; Appaqaq, M.; Houde, M. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Since the 1990s, scientists and Indigenous peoples have worked together across Inuit Nunangat (Inuit homeland in Canada) to conduct research on contaminants in ringed seals ("Pusa hispida"; "natsiq," "natchiq" or [foreign characters ommitted] in Inuktut), a species of high cultural, economic and nutritional importance…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Personnel, Workshops, Outreach Programs
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Gladwin, Derek; Karsgaard, Carrie; Shultz, Lynette – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
To explore the complexities of energy literacy in a global educational context, this article draws on research from a 7-month collaborative educational research project titled International Youth Deliberation on Energy Futures (IYDEF), which engaged 207 high school students from 22 schools in 18 countries in developing the education needed to…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Energy, High School Students, Justice
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Lowan-Trudeau, Greg – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
This article presents a comparative exploration of news media portrayals of Indigenous environmental issues in Canada and the United States guided by a qualitative multimodal critical discourse analysis methodology. Theoretical framing was provided by Elliot Eisner's three curricula, Antonio López's visual literacy framework, and the broader…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Fuels, American Indians
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Aikens, Kathleen; McKenzie, Marcia – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
The aim of this study was to better understand how Environmental and Sustainability Education (ESE) policy has been developed and mobilized across subnational contexts in a federated system. We undertook a comparative analysis of sustainability-specific policy and curricula documents from all Canadian provinces and territories. We identified three…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Environmental Education, Educational Policy, Sustainability
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Li, Yue; Krasny, Marianne E. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
Environmental educators exchange ideas in social networks, which may in turn impact their practices. This study uses social network analysis, surveys, correlation analysis and interviews to examine the relationship between network and practice change in three professional development programs. In the first program that used face-to-face…
Descriptors: Correlation, Educational Change, Educational Practices, Online Courses
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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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Russell, Joshua – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
This article provides an overview of the ethical and educational functions of storytelling in fishing and hunting practices and pedagogies. I explore various psychological, anthropological, and ethical theories surrounding storytelling as a way of encouraging deeper, more robust engagement among humans, nonhuman animals, and myriad beings that…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Place Based Education, Animals, Recreational Activities
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Lowan-Trudeau, Gregory – Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
In this article, I autoethnographically consider my experiences as a Métis scholar of mixed Indigenous and European ancestry based in Canada as an entry point for exploration of critical, interpretive, Indigenous and other traditional and contemporary research paradigms relevant to the field of Indigenous environmental education. Foundational…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Ethnography, American Indians, College Faculty
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Lakhan, Calvin – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This study used Azjen's Theory of Planned Behavior to examine how pro-recycling and pro-environmental messaging delivered by religious leaders affects stated recycling behavior among ethnic minorities. Using data collected from 12 religious institutions in three Ontario, Canada, communities, a promotion and education program was developed to: (1)…
Descriptors: Behavior Theories, Recycling, Conservation (Environment), Religious Factors
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Blenkinsop, Sean; Piersol, Laura; Sitka-Sage, Michael De Danann – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This article shares three vignettes, drawn from the life experience of its authors and five years of research at two schools, to illustrate the "choice" many males are forced to make between normalized "masculine" indifference and a stigmatized caring relationship with the natural world. We suggest this dissociation results,…
Descriptors: Vignettes, Caring, Violence, Males
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Meyerhoff, Eli; Thompsett, Fern – Journal of Environmental Education, 2017
Educational institutions have long been terrains of struggle. Schools and universities have dispossessed Indigenous peoples of their lands, cultures, and labor, whereas alternative modes of study have been central to many resistance movements, including for decolonization. In this article, we put Indigenous study projects in conversation with free…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Experimental Colleges, Environmental Education, Humanism
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Lowan-Trudeau, Gregory – Journal of Environmental Education, 2017
This article reports on a recent study into the experiences of Indigenous and allied environmental activists with teaching and learning during and as a result of Indigenous environmental movements. This inquiry is grounded in a theoretical framework informed by decolonization and cultural revitalization, social movement learning, and repressive…
Descriptors: Activism, Environmental Education, Indigenous Populations, Foreign Countries
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Nazir, Joanne – Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
Recently, I applied a phenomenological methodology to study environmental education at an outdoor education center. In this article, I reflect on my experience of doing phenomenological research to highlight issues researchers may want to consider in using this type of methodology. The main premise of the article is that phenomenology, with its…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Educational Research, Environmental Education, Research Methodology
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Sponarski, Carly C.; Vaske, Jerry J.; Bath, Alistair J.; Loeffler, TA – Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
An experiential education program was designed to target risk perceptions and preventative measures that make people feel comfortable in human-coyote interactions. The research was conducted in a Canadian national park where a coyote caused a human fatality in 2009. Based on previous research, we explored the effects of an experience-based coyote…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Foreign Countries, Wildlife, Attitude Change
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