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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Dordrecht ; London : Springer, ©2009
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark Rickinson; Cecilia Lundholm; Nick Hopwood
|Description:||1 online resource (ix, 147 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||1. Introduction Education and the environment The role of learning The student experience The evidence underpinning this book Structure of the book 2. What is environmental learning? Defining environmental learning Our framework 3. Researching environmental learning Environmental learning - an emerging research topic Ways of researching environmental learning Current knowledge about environmental learning in formal settings 4. Lenses for understanding environmental learning Introducing the concept of lenses Introducing the three lenses How the lenses came about Why these lenses are important 5. Dealing with emotions and values Introduction Students' emotions and values as part of the learning process Students' conceptions of values in subject and subject matter 6. Questioning relevance Introduction Relevance to learners Relevance to curricular context 7. Negotiating viewpoints among students and teachers Introduction Differing views of environmental issues Differing views of what is controversial Differing views of what is relevant Differing views of empathy tasks 8. Enhancing environmental learning Overview of main arguments and findings Enhancing environmental learning practices and policies Enhancing environmental learning research|
|Responsibility:||Mark Rickinson, Cecilia Lundholm, Nick Hopwood.|
- Environmental education -- Study and teaching.
- Students -- Attitudes.
- Environmental education -- Case studies.
- Teaching and Teacher Education.
- Sustainable Development.
- Learning & Instruction.
- Environment, general.
- Education (general)
- Curriculum Studies.
- NATURE -- Natural Resources.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Environmental Economics.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Green Business.
- Sciences sociales.
- Sciences humaines.
- Environmental education.