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Hicks, Jonathan R.; Stewart, William P. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
This study sought to explore the implications for individuals who experienced awe while in the presence of wildlife. A conceptual framework was adapted that integrated the theory of emotional learning with experiential learning theory. In-depth interviews brought into focus the resultant learning stemming from experiences of wildlife-inspired awe.…
Descriptors: Wildlife, Emotional Response, Experiential Learning, Teaching Methods
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Kerr, Karen – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
This study considers the benefits of coteaching in the context of the outdoors. It explores the use of coteaching in a professional development program and investigates all the cited outcome categories for teachers: cognitive, affective, coteaching, and professional development. Coteaching pairs coplanned, cotaught, and coevaluated "Shared…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Outdoor Education, Science Education, Environmental Education
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Rachmatullah, Arif; Lee, Jun-Ki; Ha, Minsu – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
The current study aimed to examine differences in ecological values between Indonesian and Korean preservice science teachers. Fifteen items from revised-New Ecological Paradigm based on value orientations were used as the research instrument. Two hundred seventy-three preservice science teachers participated in the study. Rasch analyses of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cultural Differences, Ecology, Values
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Liu, Shu-Chiu; Lin, Huann-shyang; Tsai, Chun-Yen – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
The purpose of this study is to investigate students' mental models of the marine environment and to further examine how these models are related to their perceptions of marine problems. One hundred twenty-eight ninth grade students from a large harbor city in southern Taiwan completed a survey including a drawing activity and a set of two-tier…
Descriptors: Grade 9, Water Pollution, Marine Biology, Foreign Countries
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Clegg, Tamara; Boston, Carol; Preece, Jennifer; Warrick, Elizabeth; Pauw, Daniel; Cameron, Jacqueline – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
This article examines community-driven adult environmental learning in a volunteer watershed stewards program. We look for evidence of elements that portray steps toward "concientización"--the process of individuals and communities directing their own learning in nonhierarchical ways. Leveraging two theories from the learning sciences…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Adult Education, Informal Education, Community Development
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Blythe, Charlotte; Harré, Niki – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
Make a Difference (MAD) is a sustainability leadership program for high school students in Auckland, New Zealand. It offers a residential camp and follow-up activities. This article documents a participatory, utilization-focused evaluation of MAD, based on a Theory of Change approach. We ran workshops with MAD coordinators and students and…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, High School Students, Sustainable Development, Student Leadership
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Harrison, George M. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
The Children's New Ecological Paradigms scale was originally developed for children ages 10-12 and was presented as valuable for comparing that age group with older participants. This study uses cognitive interviews and measurement invariance testing to investigate how well the scores maintain the same meaning between these two age groups. The…
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Children, Test Validity, Middle School Students
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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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Goldman, Daphne; Pe'er, Sara; Yavetz, Bela – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
In Israel, youth movements (YMs) comprise a main agent for nonformal education of youth and a youth-engagement framework in which civic engagement can be expanded to address environmental challenges. A major source of sociocultural diversity among YMs is their religious identity, based on the categorizations of secular, religious, and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sustainability, Conservation (Environment), Environmental Education
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Eugenio-Gozalbo, Marcia; Pérez-López, Raquel; Tójar-Hurtado, Juan-Carlos – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
The presence of learning gardens in Spain is growing, and the current scenario is highly diverse in relation to issues such as participatory models or purposes, among others. In the context of the 1st National Meeting on "organic learning gardens," we convened eight expert practitioners in a focus group. Their discourse was analyzed…
Descriptors: Gardening, Expertise, Foreign Countries, Ecology
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Liu, Li-Yin – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
This study investigates how the grid-group two-dimensional cultural theory (CT) of Douglas and Wildavsky, demographic attributes, and partisan identification are associated with environmentalism in Taiwan, in comparison to the Weather, Society, and Government survey collected in the United States. Results reveal that partisan identification better…
Descriptors: Cultural Influences, Conservation (Environment), Foreign Countries, Political Attitudes
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Lloro-Bidart, Teresa K.; Sidwell, Casey M. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
Environmental education (EE) scholars view intergenerational learning as a means to influence adult understandings of and relationships with the environment. Yet EE researchers have studied intergenerational learning in a limited fashion, with no emphasis on its role in higher education. The purpose of this article is to use feminist posthumanist…
Descriptors: Foods Instruction, Environmental Education, Undergraduate Students, Age Groups
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Sund, Louise; Pashby, Karen – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
This article builds from scholarship in Environmental Education Research (EER) and Critical Global Citizenship Education calling for more explicit attention to how teaching global issues is embedded in the colonial matrix of power. We also consider the extent to which recent calls in EER for explicit attention to coloniality connect to discussions…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Global Approach, World Problems, Ethics
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Rodrigues, Cae – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
This "in process" Conclusion to the Special Issue (SI) "Global politics of knowledge production in EER: 'New' theory and North-South representations" (The Journal of Environmental Education) aims to highlight relevant issues and acknowledged limitations and silences from the sample of critiques presented in the SI, all built…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Criticism, Political Influences, Barriers
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Carvalho, Isabel Cristina de Moura; Steil, Carlos Alberto; Gonzaga, Francisco Abraão – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
Modern philosophy have categorized the enlightened human as the exclusive holder of reason. The modern notion of learning established an unbridgeable gap between human ways of learning and those of "non-humans." We assume that learning is a skill of all organisms and not an exclusively human prerogative. We prefer the…
Descriptors: Humanism, Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Populations, Religious Factors
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