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Iared, Valéria Ghisloti; Di Tullio, Ariane; Payne, Phillip G.; Torres de Oliveira, Haydée – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2015
The contributions and challenges of Gadamer's philosophical hermeneutics and Freire's critical pedagogy to research and practice in environmental education are considered. We present the authors' main concepts and relate them to the principles of critical environmental education that have guided our work in Brazil. Although a raft of current…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Philosophy, Hermeneutics, Critical Theory
Corman, Lauren – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
Freire's influential text, "Pedagogy of the Oppressed," relies on both anthropocentric and speciesist arguments to articulate a pedagogy for human liberation. While Freire's anthropocentric understandings of "nature" have been more thoroughly critiqued, less attention has been given to his construction of nonhuman animals, in particular. I argue…
Descriptors: Animals, Environmental Education, Bias, Critical Theory
Castellano, Maria; Quirino de Luca, Andrea; Sorrentino, Marcos – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2011
This article addresses the interface between environmental and humane education, as a theoretical and practical emerging field in Brazil. We begin by presenting conceptual similarities that, in our view, underpin and justify the need for a growing connection between the two fields of research and educational practice. We then describe an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Animals, Educational Practices, Workshops
Greenwood, David A. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2010
As part of the 2009 North American Association of Environmental Education Research Symposium, this article addresses the cultural and theoretical frameworks that we bring to environmental education, the web of ideas and experiences that define the scope and purpose of the work in its geopolitical context. Originally delivered as a keynote address…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Global Approach, Educational Principles, Politics of Education
Scott, Charles – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2010
Martin Buber's philosophy of dialogue offers an epistemic and ontological orientation upon which an ecological identity can be established as part of an integrated, environmental education. I consider here the significance of a relational self in establishing this ecological identity, as well as the benefits from doing so. This relational,…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Teaching Methods, Self Concept, Praxis
Cole, Peter; O'Riley, Pat – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2010
Together with ubiquitous agent evocateurs, Coyote and Raven, the authors engage trickster discourse and narrative shape shifting as they share research protocols and community conversations based on their research with the four Lower Stl'atl'imx communities (Xa'xtsa, N'Quat'qua, Skatin and Samahquam First Nations) of British Columbia, Canada, in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Sustainable Development, Social Systems
Ardoin, Nicole; Dillon, Justin – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2010
Participants in the 10th International Seminar in Health and Environmental Education Research Symposium in Montebello, Quebec were presented with the challenge of considering the question, "If you could only write one book and one paper in your life from now on, what would the titles be?" The task was structured to stimulate thought…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Conferences (Gatherings), Environmental Education, Books
Piersol, Laura – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2010
In an effort to figure out what it means to educate "ecologically," I decided to track down some of the stories that I was living, telling and making as an educator. I ended up lost in the house of environmental education, stuck within the rooms of ecological science and political advocacy. Outside on the lawn sat the story of place…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Story Telling, Adult Educators, Personal Narratives
Bowers, Chet – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2009
This article discusses how the cultural commons that exist in every community, both rural and urban, carry forward the intergenerational knowledge and skills that enable people to live more mutually supportive lives that are less dependent upon consumerism and that have a smaller ecological footprint. Also discussed is why public schools and…
Descriptors: Nonformal Education, Cultural Capital, Social Environment, Social Capital
Hurren, Wanda – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2008
This article presents a collection of postcards, titled "postcartographia," which is excerpted from an atlas of Mapwork and is one component of a gallery exhibition with the same title. Incorporating photography and poetic text, the postcards explore aesthetic approaches to knowing in the world, specifically, aesthetic ways of knowing places and…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Philosophy, Educational Principles, Educational Practices
Ohman, Johan; Ostman, Leif – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2008
This article aims to contribute to the debate about the moral and ethical aspects of education for sustainable development by suggesting a clarification of ethics and morals through an investigation of how these aspects appear in educational practice. The ambition is both to point to the normative dangers of education for sustainable development…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Sustainable Development, Environmental Education, Ethics
Inwood, Hilary J. – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2008
This article explores the intersection of art education and place-based education as a means of developing ecological literacy. The author advocates the development of a model of place-based art education, one that integrates the real-world, community-centred learning of place-based education with the affective, subjective orientation of art…
Descriptors: Art Education, Models, Interdisciplinary Approach, Environmental Education
Kolenick, Paul – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2008
Michel Foucault's concept of power/knowledge is applied to an exploration of how managerial discourse affects the practice of public environmental education at a publicly owned electric utility. Emerging from interviews with people at SaskPower is a managerial discourse with a particularly instrumental approach to environmental education. The aim…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Philosophy, Educational Principles, Educational Practices
Kentish, Barry; Robottom, Ian – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2008
In Australia there has been a rapid move to an acceptance of education for sustainability as mainstream environmental education. We argue that education for sustainability, with its platform of assisting individuals in making apparently informed decisions to create a more sustainable world, is at some distance from promoting more ethically-based…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Foreign Countries, Caring, Sustainable Development
Stables, Andrew – Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 2007
Contemporary thinking is generally based on substance, as opposed to process, metaphysics: in other words, the belief that the world and the universe are best understood in terms of material rather than events. The environment, for example, is conceived of as substantial; nature as a web of interconnected, if often fragile entities. In this…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Environment, Metacognition, Teaching Methods
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