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Maina-Okori, Naomi Mumbi; Koushik, Jada Renee; Wilson, Alexandria – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
We seek to understand how issues of intersectionality are addressed in environmental and sustainability education (ESE) literature, focusing on how gender is discussed in relation to other social identities such as class, race, sexuality, and ability. Our analysis draws from feminist and decolonizing frameworks, and uses intersectionality to…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Sustainability, Social Theories, Feminism
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Mitten, Denise; Gray, Tonia; Allen-Craig, Sandy; Loeffler, T. A.; Carpenter, Cathryn – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Women leaders in outdoor environmental education (OEE) have begun to discuss the invisibility cloak that seems to envelope us. Women comprise approximately half the OEE professionals; however, women still face gender bias resulting in challenges of recognition and access to the upper echelons of the profession. Data show that implicit prejudice…
Descriptors: Females, Outdoor Education, Environmental Education, Feminism
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Bhutia, Yodida; Liarakou, Georgia – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
The ecofeminist perspective of the matrilineal society of Meghalaya, India, is intriguing in that it has descent through mother, is matrilocal and daughters inherit parental property, but the different genders possibly do not agree about the relationship between women and nature. Ecofeminism has not yet been studied in a matrilineal society. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Feminism, Ecology, Conservation (Environment)
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Gough, Annette; Whitehouse, Hilary – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Fifteen years ago we explored the implications of adopting a poststructuralist feminist research methodology in environmental education research and practice. We argued that speaking the world into existence provides multiple ways of thinking about and comprehending environmental knowledge and the way we experience ourselves in space, time, and…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Ecology, Feminism, Postmodernism
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Rizzo, Tracey – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Community-engaged learning as a foundational pedagogical praxis enables new college students to develop a feminist awareness of interlocking oppressions and acquire tools to intervene productively in environmental challenges that are always experienced intersectionally. Since 2004, I have introduced students to ecofeminism in a full semester…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Rural Areas, Feminism, College Freshmen
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Tolppanen, Sakari; Aksela, Maija – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This study uses qualitative content analysis to examine 355 open-ended questions, presented by 16-19-year-old international students, to find out what students want to learn about climate change. The study finds that students have a high level of consideration toward scientific, societal, and ethical aspects of climate change and that students'…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Content Analysis, Foreign Students, Climate
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Echarri, Fernando; Echarri, Víctor – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
The reality of the nature that we see can have multiple messages and meanings. Some of these are patent and continuously communicate with the individual, but others are hidden and are more difficult to unravel. A deep, contemplative and scrutinizing gaze is necessary to detect these messages. Educating this "new" way of seeing can help…
Descriptors: Ecology, Correlation, Environmental Education, Aesthetics
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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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Winklerova, Karolina; Cincera, Jan; Krepelkova, Sarka; Kroufek, Roman – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
The study analyzes the meaning attributed to the GLOBE program by its former participants. The data were collected by conducting interviews with 19 adult respondents who left the program at least five years ago. The respondents interpreted the program as a strong community shaped by routine as well as extraordinary program activities and by their…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Program Evaluation, Student Attitudes, Semi Structured Interviews
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Ernst, Julie; Erickson, Deanna M. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Rivers2Lake helps teachers learn to provide watershed educational experiences for students through a summer institute followed by mentoring. Teacher focus groups were conducted to investigate the impact of mentoring, as well as toward understanding what was influential in bringing about those impacts. Mentoring impacted teachers in affective ways…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Faculty Development, Mentors, Summer Programs
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Ma Rhea, Zane – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This study takes food as its scape to propose an Indigenist, Gaian pedagogy and asks what food studies might reveal ecopedagogically for approaches to teaching about Indigenous matters in the context of environmental education and its research. Drawing on empirical research about food and Indigenous-settler relations in Australia, and through…
Descriptors: Food, Indigenous Knowledge, Ecology, Teaching Methods
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Nakagawa, Yoshifumi – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
Environmental education as a theory and practice of ecopedagogical simulation positively acknowledges various accidental happenings in the learner's experience. By working with and on the accidents, the learner is encouraged to imagine the real object that escapes his/her experience and thus cannot be and should not be reduced into human…
Descriptors: Tourism, Environmental Education, Ecology, Teaching Methods
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Rodrigues, Cae – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This elaboration of an ecopedagogy in movementscapes aims to present an empirically informed account of the concept of "ecomotricity" as manifested in the living body interacting in/with nature (human-and-other-than-human). This interaction is ludic (where pleasure or joy/happiness gives meaning to the lived experience) and ecological…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Ecology, Environmental Education, Human Body
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Dunkley, Ria Ann – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This emergent field of ecopedagogy gives little conceptual, methodological, and empirical consideration to the significance of spatial and temporal elements of environmental learning. This article focuses on both spatial and temporal components of three ecopedagogic instances, examining experiences from participant's perspective. Specific…
Descriptors: Ecology, Environmental Education, Time, Teaching Methods
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Stewart, Alistair James – Journal of Environmental Education, 2018
This article enacts Deleuze and Guattari's (1987) concept "assemblage" to craft a riverScape pedagogy that is informed by, and responsive to, the Murray Cod, the river, and its circumstances. The Murray Cod, the largest fish species in Australia's Murray-Darling Basin, has diverse cultural meanings. Cod are at once a creation being of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Natural Resources, Water, Earth Science
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