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López, Antonio – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
Connecting environmental and digital media education with the guiding metaphor of water, this article explores ecomedia literacy, a methodology that prompts students to perform a holistic analysis and systems thinking of gadgets using four zones of inquiry: ecoculture, political ecology, ecomateriality, and lifeworld. Ecoculture involves studying…
Descriptors: Economics, Media Literacy, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Pazoto, Carmen; Duarte, Michelle; Silva, Edson – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
Worldwide initiatives have been promoting awareness on marine environmental issues. In Brazil Maritime Mentality Program arises from political disputes over the right to use maritime spaces, Coastal Marine Environmental Education shares the same theoretical basis as Environmental Education and Ocean Literacy appears in the USA and became globally…
Descriptors: Marine Education, Environmental Education, Political Attitudes, Oceanography
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Evans, Nicole Marie – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
In any given environmental education program there are students who have experienced trauma, yet the field has not expanded to consider the particular needs of these students. This paper weaves together strands from psychology, education, and healthcare to outline the concept of trauma and how it manifests in students and to introduce a series of…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Trauma Informed Approach, Student Needs, Natural Resources
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Brooks, Spirit Dine'tah; Sabzalian, Leilani; Weiser-Nieto, Roshelle; Springer, Shareen – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
This critical ethnography highlights an ongoing research partnership between two Indigenous studies scholars and their effort to prepare outdoor educators to support Indigenous students more effectively in their programs. After a listening session at the Oregon Indian Education Association annual conference where Indigenous educators and community…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Outdoor Education, Indigenous Populations, American Indian Students
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Balša Lubarda; Bernhard Forchtner – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
As research on far-right climate change communication focuses on climate skepticisms, little is known about how the far-right justifies climate acceptance--and what this might mean for environmental education and counter-communication. To initiate a discussion of communicative strategies through which far-right actors might become more accepting…
Descriptors: Climate, Political Affiliation, Communication Strategies, Environmental Education
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Lloro, Teresa K. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare global structural inequalities, including those involving food. Although feminist frameworks have been applied to the study of food, we have much to learn about activism and environmental education (EE). In this article, I thus develop a nascent intersectional feminist food studies praxis for the field to…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Environmental Education, Feminism
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Sass, Wanda; Boeve-de Pauw, Jelle; Olsson, Daniel; Gericke, Niklas; De Maeyer, Sven; Van Petegem, Peter – Journal of Environmental Education, 2020
The concept of Action Competence (AC) has been interpreted in different ways in various domains of the educational sciences. Given the rising scholarly attention to AC, these diverse interpretations are problematic because they hinder a common understanding of the concept among scholars. We unravel the interpretation of AC as a competence of…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Psychological Patterns, Competence, Teaching Methods
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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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Dolby, Nadine – Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
Similar to other fields, environmental education has begun to embrace the significance of nonhuman animals. This essay examines developments in the natural sciences, particularly in the field of cognitive ethology, that focus on the concept of empathy as a paradigm for conceptualizing human/nonhuman animal relationships. Drawing on my own…
Descriptors: Animals, Futures (of Society), Environmental Education, Educational Change
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Reinertsen, Anne B. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
This article seeks to theorize the teacher role--read also scientist and researcher--as an ontologizing practice to meet with the need for constant deauthorized knowledge and nonknowledge production for life, the ontology of sustainability. Teaching becomes "eventicized" and teachers become "data philosophers" through writing.…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Sustainability, Environmental Education, Epistemology
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Hart, Paul; Hart, Catherine – Journal of Environmental Education, 2019
At this particular historical juncture of the Anthropocene, when it is clear that humanity is responsible for fundamental changes to the biosphere, the political necessity of questioning the normative status of human life at the center demands reconfiguring our relationship with each other. And while environmental educators and researchers have…
Descriptors: Climate, Change, Environmental Education, Political Attitudes
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Winks, Lewis – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Outdoor learning experiences can invoke feelings of uncertainty and discomfort, acting to disrupt human-environment narratives. In this article, the "performance" of nonhuman nature and discomfort in outdoor learning is considered, told through two vignettes from residential field trips with secondary age students, held at Slapton Ley…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Outdoor Education, Secondary School Students, Psychological Patterns
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Payne, Phillip G. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
The final part of this Special Issue (SI) of "The Journal of Environmental Education" presents: (1) an empirically informed outline of a nascent practice theory of ecopedagogy as/in scapes; and (2) a conceptual-philosophical frame for continued research, inquiry, and critique into ecopedagogy as/in scapes. In so doing, it demonstrates…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Ecology, Theories, Educational Research
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Teamey, Kelly; Mandel, Udi – Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
In response to Stefan Bengtsson's search for alternatives to Education for Sustainable Development practices outside the mainstream of the state and its policy formulations, this response outlines how our journey, experiences, and approaches reflect a de-professionalizing encounter with autonomous places of learning emerging from indigenous…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Global Approach, Indigenous Knowledge, Social Influences
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Cermak, Michael J. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2012
This essay describes an educational initiative that used environmentally themed (green) hip-hop to stimulate learning in an environmental science classroom. Students were then challenged to compose their own green hip-hop and their lyrics demonstrated skills that have thematic consistency around what is called a Critical Ecological Literacy (CEL).…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Urban Areas, Music, Environmental Education
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