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Whitehouse, Hilary; Taylor, Marie; Evans, Neus; Doyle, Tanya; Sellwood, Juanita; Zee, Ruth – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2017
This is a researched account of an offshore coral reef education partnership formed during a time of rapid environmental change (the coral bleaching events in the years 2015 to 2017). The aim of the partnership is to encourage a learning connection with Sea Country. Framed as civic environmentalism, this article explores the dimensions of practice…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Marine Education, Climate
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Evans, Neus; Ferreira, Jo-Anne; Davis, Julie; Stevenson, Robert B. – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2016
This article reports on the fourth stage of an evolving study to develop a systems model for embedding education for sustainability (EfS) into preservice teacher education. The fourth stage trialled the extension of the model to a comprehensive state-wide systems approach involving representatives from all eight Queensland teacher education…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Foreign Countries
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Stevenson, Robert B.; Evans, Neus – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
This paper addresses the question of how Australian environmental education (EE) research was conceptualised and contextualised in the decade of the 1990s. Sixty seven articles published by Australian authors in this journal from 1990-2000 were analysed to examine the conceptualisation of this research using an inductive emergent categorisation…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Global Approach, Foreign Countries, Specialists
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Whitehouse, Hilary; Evans, Neus – Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 2010
A cultural discourse is not usually considered to be a barrier to the implementation of sustainability in schools. A study conducted in four different state primary schools in regional Queensland, found leading environmental educators did not wish to be identified as "greenies". "Greenie" is a highly recognisable and well-used…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership, Sustainability, Environmental Education