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Mark Fettes; Lindsay Cole; Sean Blenkinsop – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
This paper seeks to bring together two seemingly disparate conversations, design and environmental education, with the intent to offer an interesting, new, useful approach to developing educational responses to the climate and ecological crises engendered by the Capitalocene. Beginning with observations on the relevance of design to the creation…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Design, Climate, Ecology
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Fátima Monteiro; Armando Sousa – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Faced with the current unsustainability and recognizing the importance of engineering (and technology) in the Capitalocene, it is important to develop educational approaches that facilitate the awareness and training of engineering students to the sustainable future's construction. The main objective of the study is the evaluation of the…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Engineering Education, Ethics, Sustainability
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Sarah Evans – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Set in the Capitalocene, this conceptual paper examines 'sustainability' in ecological education through a posthuman lens. I demonstrate how the Deleuzoguattarian concept of the refrain helps reconfigure the function of 'sustainability' as an affective force of unstable-stabilizing when facing increasingly violent climate crisis events. Currently,…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Climate, Ecology, Environmental Education
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David R. Cole; Yeganeh Baghi – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
Capital and property have been combined since Karl Marx wrote "Das Kapital" in 1867. Indeed, capitalism and the housing market are interlinked because property is an asset whose indexed value upholds global markets. On the other side of property as real estate is the environmental damage and augmentation of climate change that housing…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Foreign Countries
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Jason van Tol – Journal of Environmental Education, 2024
This article develops a model of education from Murray Bookchin's social ecology by demonstrating how "the economy," specifically growth and employment, intervenes between the environment and education, impeding the goal of environmental education. By reformulating Bookchin's central claim in terms of power, rather than domination, the…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainable Development, Economic Development, Employment
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Kumpulainen, Kristiina; Wong, Chin-Chin; Byman, Jenny; Renlund, Jenny; Vadeboncoeur, Jennifer A. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
In this study we investigated how augmented storying fosters children's ecological imagination. Augmented storying couples culturally-based nature stories embedded in augmented storytelling technology with children's own mobile and multimodal storying activities outdoors in local ecologies. The study took place during a four-month,…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Environmental Education, Outdoor Education, Ecology
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Aguayo, Claudio; Eames, Chris – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
Mixed reality (XR) environments combining real-to-virtual immersive experiences provide unprecedented potential for reframing educational pedagogy and practice. XR environments provide scaffolded learning points accommodating individual needs, while enhancing sensorial and embodied experiences. XR environments can facilitate self-determined…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Environmental Education, Educational Technology, Foreign Countries
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Mongar, Kishore; Quinn, Frances; Elliott, Sue – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
Bhutan aspires to balance sustainable socioeconomic development with environmental conservation to achieve Gross National Happiness (GNH). There are apparent alignments between GNH and the principles of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), but we recognize the role of the Bhutanese socio-cultural context for critically examining any…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Science Instruction, Teaching Methods, Environmental Education
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Harris, Cornelia B.; Oliveira, Alandeom W.; Levy, Brett L. M.; Berkowitz, Alan R.; Bowser, Chris – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
In response to growing concern about the increased disconnect between youth and their outdoor environment, this study examines how nature-based citizen science experiences with a local animal (American eels) influence urban adolescents' (high-school students) sense of place in a US city. The juvenile American eel is a unique animal due to its…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Outdoor Education, High School Students, Animals
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Werse, Nicholas R. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
Although numerous approaches to cultivating an ecocritical awareness in students exist, much scholarly dialog has revolved around ecojustice education and ecopedagogy. Whereas the former seeks to cultivate a local ecocritical awareness in students, the latter advocates for a globalized "planetary citizenship." While both cultivate an…
Descriptors: Ecology, Environmental Education, Consciousness Raising, Justice
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Patel, Jwalin; Ehrenzeller, Carlotta – Journal of Environmental Education, 2023
Today the hope for education goes well beyond a reductionist and modernist approach of knowledge transfer. This research suggests that the experience of being immersed in natural environments can lead to embodied ways of learning and being beyond the Anthropocene and can shape children's innate relationship with nature. We bring together two…
Descriptors: Physical Environment, Nontraditional Education, Outdoor Education, Learning Processes
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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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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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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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