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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Schooling for sustainable development in Chinese communities.
[S.l.] : Springer, ©2009
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Zijian Li; Michael Williams
|ISBN:||9781402096860 1402096860 9781402096853 1402096852|
|Description:||1 online resource (xiii, 285 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Contributing Authors.- Preface and Acknowledgement.- Chapter 1: Environmental Education for Sustainability in Primary Schools in Chinese communities: John Chi-Kin Lee and Michael Williams.- Chapter 2: Dimensions of Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Development: John Chi-Kin Lee and Michael Williams.- Chapter 3: Assessment and Evaluation: Kwok-Chan Lai and John Chi-Kin Lee.- Chapter 4: Education for Sustainable Development: Toewards Whol eSchool and Community Approaches: Margaret Robertson and John Chi-Kin Lee.- Chapter 5: Leading Curriculum Change for Education for Sustainable Development in Schools: Gwyn Edwards and John Chi-Kin Lee.- Chapter 6: Education for Sustainable Development Projects and Curriculum Reform in China: the EEI and the EDP: John Chi-Kin Lee and Yu Huang.- Chapter 7: Green Schools in China: Hongying Zeng, Guang Yand and John Chi-Kin Lee.- Chapter 8: The Education for Sustainable Development Project in Hing Kong: John Chi-Kin Lee, Wing-Po Lam and Michael Williams.- Chapter 9: Case Studies from the Education for Sustainable Development Project in Hong Kong: John-Chi-Kin Lee, Michael Williams and Wing-Po Lam.- Chapter 10: Green Primary Schools in Hong Kong: John Chi-Kin Lee.- Chapter 11: The Greenschool Project in Taiwan: Shun-Mei Wang.- Chapter 12: Progress towards Education for Sustainable Development in Macao: John Chi-Kin Lee, Angel Yuet-Ying Au and William Hing-Tong Ma.- Chapter 13: Lessons Learned and Future Directions: John Chi-Kin Lee.- Index.|
|Responsibility:||John Chi-Kin Lee, Michael Williams, editors.|
From the reviews: "John Chi-Kin Lee and Michael Williams present the writings of twelve contributing scholars/researchers who discuss the academic foundations, trends, and traditions of environmental