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Social justice, peace, and environmental education : transformative standards

Author: Julie Andrzejewski; Marta Baltodano; Linda Symcox
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2009.
Series: Teaching/learning social justice.
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Discusses the interconnectivity of social justice, peace, and environmental preservation. This book offers examples of a fresh paradigm for practicing a transformative critical pedagogy. It is  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Social justice, peace, and environmental education.
New York : Routledge, 2009
(DLC) 2008048418
(OCoLC)223810662
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Julie Andrzejewski; Marta Baltodano; Linda Symcox
ISBN: 9780415965569 041596556X 9780415965576 0415965578 9780203879429 0203879422
OCLC Number: 223810662
Description: xi, 332 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Antonia Darder 1. Social Justice, Peace, and Environmental Education: Global and Indivisible / Julie Andrzejewski, Marta P. Baltodano, and Linda Symcox --
Part One: Learning from Native Educators and Indigenous Communities: Transformative Principles and Cultural Standards. 2. Mai i te Maramatanga, ki te Putanga Mai o te Tahuritanga: From Conscientization to Transformation / Graham Smith --
3. Culturally Responsive Schools for Alaska Native Students: A Model for Social Justice, Peace, and Environmental Education / Ray Barnhardt --
Part Two: Transformative Education for Human Rights, Peace, All Species and the Earth. 4. From "A Nation at Risk" to "No Child Left Behind:" 25 Years of Neoliberal Reform in Education / Linda Symcox --
5. Reclaiming Standards for a Progressive Agenda: Human Rights Education Standards for Teachers and Teacher Education / Todd Jennings --
6. Environmental Education: From International Resolve to Local Experience and Inquiry / David Greenwood, Bob Offei Manteaw, and Gregory A. Smith --
7. Education for Peace and Nonviolence / Julie Andrzejewski --
8. Social Responsibility and Teaching Young Children:An Education for Living in Ethical and Caring Ways / Beth Blue Swadener and Leigh O'Brien --
9. Interspecies Education for Humans, Animals, and the Earth / Julie Andrzejewski, Helena Pedersen, and Freeman Wicklund --
Part Three: Integrating Identities with Global Justice, Peace, and Environmental Education. 10. (Re)imagining New Narratives of Racial, Labor, and Environmental Power: Towards a Liberatory Education for Latina/o Students / Yvette Lapayese --
11. Liberating Minds, Hearts, and Souls: Forging an Anti-Colonial Framework to Explore the Asian-American Experience / Glenn Omatsu. 12. "A Past is Not a Heritage": Reclaiming Indigenous Principles for Social Justice and the Education of People of African Descent / Nola Butler Byrd and Menan Jangu --
13. Achieving Conceptual Equilibrium: Standards for Gender Justice in Education / Renée Jeanne Martin --
14. Disability Studies in Education: Guidelines and Ethical Practice / Robin M. Smith, Deborah Gallagher, Valerie Owen, and Thomas M. Skrtic --
15. Queered Standards: Living and Working for Peace and Justice / Darla Linville, Christopher Walsh, David Lee Carlson --
Part Four: Themes, Challenges, and Potential of SJPEE Standards. 16. The Pursuit of Social Justice in the United States / Marta P. Baltodano --
17. Evaluating State Curriculum Standards: A Multicultural Perspective / Robert Crafton --
18. Towards a Collective Vision for Social Justice, Peace, and Environmental Education / Julie Andrzejewski, Marta P. Baltodano, Ray Barnhardt, and Linda Symcox.
Series Title: Teaching/learning social justice.
Responsibility: edited by Julie Andrzejewski, Marta P. Baltodano, Linda Symcox.
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