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Ho, Ezra; Ang, Nicholas – Environmental Education Research, 2018
Environmental and sustainability programmes in higher education have gained traction over the last several decades. More-than-disciplinary epistemologies and innovative pedagogies promise transformational learning to grapple with contemporary environmental challenges. Environmental programmes thus have implicit messages of social change.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Graduates, Bachelors Degrees, Environmental Education
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Hart, Paul – Environmental Education Research, 2006
In response to an invitation to explore the idea that potential guidelines be considered for qualitative inquiry in environmental education research, this article argues that prerequisite understanding of the nature and scope of qualitative inquiry required for such a task will reveal the problem inherent in it. Understanding the diverse…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Inquiry, Environmental Education, Educational Research
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Russell, Constance L. – Environmental Education Research, 2006
In this article, the author discusses the implications of articles by Louise Chawla (1998) and Karen Malone (1999a) for "doing research." One of the most interesting implications of these two papers for environmental education research is the issues they raise about the challenges for environmental education researchers and education researchers…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Researchers
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Stables, Andrew – Environmental Education Research, 2006
The devotion of this special issue of EER to the language of environmental and sustainable developmental education (SDE) serves as a timely reminder that SDE cannot simply be seen as a culturally neutral or value-free package that can be "delivered". In a variety of ways, contributors to this volume address the issues involved in re-engineering…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Environmental Education, Educational Research, Classification
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Payne, Phillip G. – Environmental Education Research, 2005
This response to McKenzie's "post-post" concerns about environmental education research draws upon empirical, conceptual, anecdotal, metaphorical, imaged and poetic means to help the researcher "reassemble" the researcher/ed by attending to her/his relational body and embodiment of various, often hegemonic, socially constructed environmental…
Descriptors: Researchers, Epistemology, Environmental Education, Educational Research
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Reid, Alan; Teamey, Kelly; Dillon, Justin – Environmental Education Research, 2004
The paper discusses the 'value-through-utility' argument as a key ingredient of environmental educators' interests in traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), and examines some of the epistemological and philosophical tensions it generates in employing TEK within the context of learning with sustainability in mind. In an earlier article (Reid et…
Descriptors: Environment, Environmental Education, Sustainable Development, Epistemology
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Price, Leigh – Environmental Education Research, 2004
My experience of teaching the Rhodes University/Speciss College Environmental Education Course in Zimbabwe alerted me to a tension between the industry course participants who largely (although not entirely) wanted a skills/vocational training orientation and the course curriculum developers, who wanted a critical/theoretical/praxis-based…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, Industry, Education Courses