Environmental Education

Edited by Alan Reid, Justin Dillon

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Addressing the need for an authoritative reference work to make sense of this rapidly growing subject and its multidisciplinary corpus of scholarly literature, ‘Environmental Education’ is a new title from the acclaimed Routledge series, Critical Concepts in the Environment. Edited by two of the field’s leading scholars, this Major Works collection embraces a wide variety of methodological traditions to bring together in four volumes the foundational and the very best cutting-edge scholarship. The collection enables users to access—and to make sense of—the most important findings and theories that have been developed by environmental education research. It provides a synoptic view of all the key issues, current debates, and controversies.

‘Environmental Education’ is fully indexed and includes comprehensive introductions, newly written by the editors, which place the collected materials in their historical and intellectual context. It is an essential reference collection and is destined to be valued by scholars and students—as well as policy-makers and practitioners—as a vital one-stop research and pedagogic resource.

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Environmental Education is edited by Justin Dillon (King’s College London), co-editor of the International Journal of Science Education and Past President of the European Science Education Research Association, and Alan Reid (Bath University), editor of Environmental Education Research.

Table of Contents

Volume I

Environmental Education: Connecting environment and education

Introduction

Part 1: Connections

1. Swan, James A. ‘The challenge of environmental education’ Phi Delta Kappan, 51, 1, 1969, pp26-28.

2. Stapp, William B. et al. ‘The concept of environmental education’ Environmental Education, 1, 1, 1969, pp30-31.

3. Berry, Wendell ‘Think little’ in A Continuous Harmony (Harcourt Brace & Company, 1970)

4. Fenwick, Walter P. ‘Education and Environment’ The Ecologist, 2, 8, 1972, pp7-10.

5. Schumacher, Ernst "Fritz" ‘The greatest resource – education’ in Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered (Random House, 1973)

6. Ward, Colin, & Fyson, Anthony ‘Whose environment?’ in Colin Ward & Anthony Fyson Streetwork: the Exploding School (Routledge, 1973)

7. Dillard, Annie Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. (HarperCollins, 1974)

8. Pirsig, Robert M. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values (Bodley Head, 1974)

9. McInnis, Noel ‘What makes Environment Educational?’ in Noel McInnis & Don Albrecht (Eds.), What Makes Education Environmental? (Data Courier, 1975)

10. Clark, Edward ‘Good education is environmental’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 6, 4, 1975, pp1-5.

11. O'Riordan, Timothy ‘Environmentalism and education’ Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 5, 1, 1981, pp3-17.

12. Sessions, George ‘Ecophilosophy, Utopias, and Education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 15, 1, 1983, pp27-42.

13. Meadows, Donella ‘Living lightly and inconsistently on the land’ in The Global Citizen (Island Press, 1991)

14. Skolimowski, Henryk ‘Ecology, education and the real world’ The Trumpeter, 8, 3, 1991

15. Orr, David W. ‘What is education for?’ in Ecological Literacy: Education and the Transition to a Postmodern World (SUNY Press, 1992)

16. Abram, David ‘An eternity of unchanging ideas’ in The Spell of the Senuous: perception and language in the a more-than-human world (Pantheon Books, 1996)

17. Lovins, Amory B. Imagine a world… (Rocky Mountain Institute, 2007)

18. Fien, John ‘Learning to care: education and compassion’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 19, 2003, pp1-13.

19. McIntosh, Alastair ‘We must educate for elementality’ in Hell and High Water: Climate Change, Hope and the Human Condition (Birlinn, 2008)

20. Foster, John ‘Widening our Options’ in The Sustainability Mirage (Earthscan, 2008)

21. Sterling, Stephen ‘Living in the Earth: Towards an Education for Our Times’ Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 4, 2, 2010, pp213-218.

22. Monroe, Martha C. ‘The Co-Evolution of ESD and EE’ Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 6, 1, 2012, pp43-47.

Part 2: Environmental Education - Shapes and Shapings

23. The Editor [Clay Schoenfeld] ‘What's new about environmental education?’ Environmental Education, 1, 1, 1969, pp1-4.

24. Roth, Robert E. ‘Fundamental concepts for environmental management education (K-16)’ Environmental Education, 1, 2, 1969, pp65-74.

25. International Union for the Conservation of Nature International working meeting on environmental education in the school curriculum. Final Report (IUCN/UNESCO, 1970)

26. Archibald, David, & Gundlach, Paul ‘Environmental education: an integrated approach’ Environmental Education, 1, 3, 1970, pp75-76.

27. Wang, J. Y. ‘A systems approach toward environmental education’ Environmental Education, 2, 1, 1970, pp42-46.

28. Rillo, Thomas J. ‘Basic guidelines for environmental education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 6, 1, 1974, pp52-55.

29. Wheeler, Keith ‘The genesis of environmental education’ in George Martin & Keith Wheeler (Eds.) Insights into Environmental Education (Oliver & Boyd, 1975)

30. UNESCO-UNEP ‘The Belgrade Charter: A global framework for environmental education’ Connect, I, 1, 1976, pp1-9

31. UNESCO-UNEP ‘The Tbilisi Declaration’ Connect, III, 1, 1978, pp1-8.

32. Moroni, Antonio ‘Interdisciplinarity and environmental education’ Prospects, VIII, 4, 1978, pp480-494.

33. Stapp, William B. ‘International Environmental Education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 11, 1, 1979, pp33-37.

34. Greenall, Annette ‘Search for a meaning: What is environmental education?’ Geographical Education, 5, 2, 1986, pp9-12.

35. NGO Forum ‘Treaty on Environmental Education for Sustainable Societies and Global Responsibility’ Environmental Education for Sustainable Societies and Global Responsibility (International Council for Adult Education, 1992)

36. Smyth, John C. ‘Environment and education: A view of a changing scene’ Environmental Education Research, 1, 1, 1995, pp3-20.

37. North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Constitution (NAAEE, 1997)

38. Knapp, Doug ‘The Thessaloniki Declaration: A Wake-Up Call for Environmental Education?’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 31, 3, 2000, pp32-39.

39. Sandell, Klas, Ohman, Johan, & Ostman, Leif ‘Selective traditions within environmental education’ in Education for Sustainable Development: Nature, School and Democracy. (Studentlitteratur AB, 2005)

40. Lotz-Sisitka, Heila ‘Reflections on the '3rd World Environmental Education Congress: Educational pathways towards sustainability, Italy, 2005’ Southern African Journal of Environmental Education, 22, 2005, pp172-177.

41. UNESCO ‘The Ahmedabad Declaration 2007: A Call to Action’ Education for Life: Life through Education (UNESCO, 2007)

42. Sauvé, Lucie, Berryman, Tom, & Brunelle, Renée ‘Three decades of international guidelines for environment-related education: A critical hermeneutic of the United Nations discourse’ Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 12, 1, 2007, pp33-54.

43. UNESCO The Bonn Declaration. (UNESCO, 2009)

44. North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Guidelines for the Preparation and Professional Development of Environmental Educators (NAAEE, 2010)

45. North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Summary of the 'Excellence in Environmental Education: Guidelines for Learning (K-12) (NAAEE, 2010)

46. North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Summary of 'Environmental Education Materials: Guidelines for Excellence (NAAEE, 2010)

47. Government of Georgia The Tbilisi Communiqué – Educate Today for a Sustainable Future (Ministry of the Environment/UNESCO/UNEP, 2012)

48. Kopnina, Helen ‘Future Scenarios and Environmental Education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 45, 4, 2014, pp217-231.

Volume II

Environmental Education: Changing Patterns in Thought and Practice

Part 3: Developing and Changing Patterns for Environmental Education

49. Hill, Wilhelmina, & White, Roy C. ‘New Horizons for Environmental Education’ Environmental Education, 1, 2, 1969, pp43-46.

50. Simmons, I. G., & Simmons, C. M. ‘Environmentalism and education: a context for conservation’ School Science Review, 54, 1973, pp574-579.

51. The Editor [Clay Schoenfeld] ‘From the Editor's Eyrie: Whither EE?’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 6, 3, 1975, p67.

52. Brennan, Matthew ‘Editorial’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 7, 4, 1976, p65.

53. Nash, Roderick ‘Logs, universities, and the environmental education compromise’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 8, 2, 1976, pp2-11.

54. Fensham, Peter J. ‘Stockholm to Tbilisi - the evolution of environmental education’ Prospects, VIII, 1978, pp446-455.

55. Roth, Robert E. ‘Conceptual development and environmental education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 11, 1, 1979, pp6-9.

56. Brennan, Matthew J. ‘Where are We and What Time Is It?’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 11, 1, 1979, pp45-46.

57. Hart, E. Paul ‘Identification of key characteristics of environmental education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 13, 1, 1981, pp12-16.

58. Hungerford, Harold R., Peyton, R. Ben, & Wilke, Richard J. ‘Yes, EE Does Have Definition and Structure’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 14, 3, 1983, pp1-2.

59. Huckle, John ‘Environmental education’ in John Huckle (Ed.) Geographical Education: Reflection and Action (Oxford University Press, 1983)

60. Linke, Russell D. ‘Reflections on environmental education: past developments and future concepts’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education 1, 1, 1984, pp2-4.

61. Disinger, John F. ‘What research says: Environmental education's definitional problem’ School Science and Mathematics, 85, 1, 1985, pp59-68.

62. Fox, Warwick ‘Ways of Thinking Environmentally (and Some Brief Comments on their Implications for Acting Educationally)’ in Jim Wilson, Giovanna Di Chiro & Ian M. Robottom (Eds.), Thinking Environmentally … Acting Educationally: Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference of the Australian Association for Environmental Education (Victorian Association for Environmental Education, 1986)

63. Irwin, Pat ‘The concept of environmental education and the development of environmental education in South Africa’ Southern African Journal of Environmental Education, 11, 1990, pp3-7.

64. Disinger, John Environmental Literacy (ERIC/CSMEE Digest, 1992)

65. Weilbacher, Mike ‘The Renaissance of the Naturalist’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 25, 1, 1993, pp4-7.

66. Jensen, Bjarne B., & Schnack, Karsten ‘The action competence approach in environmental education’ Environmental Education Research, 3, 2, 1997, pp163-178.

67. Smith, Gregory A., & Williams, Dilafruz R. ‘Ecological education: extending the definition of environmental education’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 15/16, 1999/2000, pp139-146.

68. Saul, Darin ‘Expanding environmental education: Thinking critically, thinking culturally’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 31, 2, 2000, pp5-8.

69. Luke, Tim W. ‘Education, environment and sustainability: what are the issues, where to intervene, what must be done?’ Educational Philosophy and Theory, 33, 2, 2011, pp187-202.

70. Fien, John ‘A Letter from the Future: UNESCO and the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 22, 1, 2006, pp63-70.

71. Monroe, Martha C., Andrews, Elaine, & Biedenweg, Kelly ‘A Framework for Environmental Education Strategies’ Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 6, 3-4, 2008, pp205-216.

72. Krasny, Marianne E., Lundholm, Cecilia, & Plummer, Ryan ‘Environmental education, resilience, and learning: reflection and moving forward’ Environmental Education Research, 16, 5-6, 2010, pp665-672.

73. Wals, Arjen ‘Learning Our Way to Sustainability’ Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 5, 2, 2011, pp177-186.

Part 4: Environmental Education and Sustainable Development

74. Disinger, John F. ‘Environmental education for sustainable development?’ The Journal of Environmental Education 21, 4, 1990, pp3-6.

75. Huckle, John ‘Education for sustainability: Assessing Pathways to the Future’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education 7, 1991, pp43-62.

76. Orr, David W. ‘Education and Sustainability: An Approach’ in Ecological Literacy: Education and the Transition to a Postmodern World (SUNY Press, 1992)

77. van Rossem, Judy ‘Conceptual analysis in environmental education: Why I want my children to be educated for sustainable development’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 11, 1995, pp73-81.

78. Tilbury, Daniella ‘Environmental education for sustainability: defining the new focus of environmental education in the 1990s’ Environmental Education Research, 1, 2, 1995, pp195-212.

79. Sauvé, Lucie ‘Environmental education and sustainable development: A further appraisal’ Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 1, 1996, pp7-34.

80. Smyth, John ‘Environmental education—the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning’ Environmental Communicator, 28, 4, 1998, pp14-15.

81. Bowers, Chet A. ‘Challenges in educating for ecologically sustainable communities’ Educational Philosophy and Theory, 33, 2, 2001, pp257-265.

82. Bonnett, Michael ‘Education for Sustainability as a Frame of Mind’ Environmental Education Research, 8, 1, 2002, pp9-20.

83. O'Riordan, Tim ‘Education for sustainability’ in William Scott & Stephen Gough (Eds.) Key Issues in Sustainable Development: a critical review (Routledge, 2003)

84. McKeown, Rosalyn, & Hopkins, Charles ‘EE≠ESD: Defusing the worry’ Environmental Education Research, 9, 1, 2003, pp117-128.

85. Stevenson, Robert B. ‘Tensions and transitions in policy discourse: recontextualizing a decontextualized EE/ESD debate’ Environmental Education Research, 12, 3-4, 2006, pp277-290.

86. Vare, Paul, & Scott, William ‘Learning for a Change: Exploring the Relationship Between Education and Sustainable Development’ Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 1, 2, 2007, pp191-198.

87. Jickling, Bob, & Wals, Arjen E.J. ‘Debating Education for Sustainable Development 20 Years after Rio: A Conversation between Bob Jickling and Arjen Wals’ Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 6, 1, 2012, pp49-57.

88. Sterling, Stephen ‘Separate Tracks or Real Synergy? Achieving a Closer Relationship between Education and SD, Post-2015’ Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 8, 2, 2014, pp89-112.

Volume III

Environmental Education: Challenging Principles and Priorities

Part 5: Currents and Correctives in Environmental Education

89. Hendee, John C. ‘Challenging the Folklore of Environmental Education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 3, 3, 1972, pp19-23.

90. Hungerford, Harold R. ‘Myths of environmental education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 7, 2, 1975, pp21-26.

91. Vidart, D. ‘Environmental education--theory and practice’ Prospects, VIII, 4, 1978, pp466-479.

92. Chiappo, Leopoldo ’Environmental education and the Third World’ Prospects VIII, 4, 1978, pp456-465.

93. Stevenson, Robert B. ‘Schooling and environmental education: Contradictions in purpose and practice’ Reprinted from Ian Robottom (Ed.) Environmental Education: Practice and Possibility (Deakin University Press, 1987) in Environmental Education Research 13, 2, 1987, pp139-153.

94. Di Chiro, Giovanna ‘Applying a feminist critique to environmental education’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 3, 1987, pp10-17.

95. UNESCO-UNEP ‘Environmentally educated teachers, the priority of priorities?’ Connect, 15, 1, 1990, pp1-3.

96. Gigliotti, Larry ‘Environmental Education: What Went Wrong? What can be Done?’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 22, 1, 1990, pp9-12.

97. Orr, David W. ‘Is environmental education an oxymoron?’ in Ecological Literacy: Education and the Transition to a Postmodern World (SUNY Press, 1990)

98. Gough, Noel ‘Narrative and Nature: Unsustainable Fictions in Environmental Education’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 7, 1991, pp31-42.

99. Döbler, Matthias ‘Common values and value conflicts in environmental education’ History of European Ideas, 21, 1, 1995, pp37-46.

100. Taylor, Dorceta ‘Making multicultural environmental education a reality’ Race, Poverty and the Environment, Winter/Spring, 1996, pp3-6.

101. Weston, Anthony ‘Deschooling environmental education’ Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 1, 1, 1996, pp35-46.

102. Posch, Peter ‘Social change and environmental education’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 13, 1997, pp1-6.

103. O'Riley, Pat ‘Gesturing Toward an Intercultural Conversation in Environmental Education’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 15/16, 1999/2000, pp133-134.

104. González-Gaudiano, Edgar ‘Complexity in environmental education’ Educational Philosophy and Theory, 33, 2, 2001, pp153-166.

105. Stables, Andrew, & Bishop, Keith ‘Weak and Strong Conceptions of Environmental Literacy: Implications for environmental education’ Environmental Education Research, 7, 1, 2001, pp89-97.

106. Russell, Constance L., Sarick, Tema & Kennelly, Jacqueline ‘Queering environmental education’ Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 7, 2002, pp54-66.

107. Postma, Dirk W. ‘Taking the future seriously: On the inadequacies of the framework of liberalism for environmental education’ Journal of Philosophy of Education, 36, 1, 2002, pp41-56.

108. Dillon, Justin ‘On Learners and Learning in Environmental Education: Missing theories, ignored communities’ Environmental Education Research, 9, 2, 2003, pp215-226.

109. Le Grange, Lesley ‘Embodiment, social praxis and environmental education: Some thoughts’ Environmental Education Research, 10, 3, 2004, pp387-399.

110. Cole, Anna Gahl ‘Expanding the Field: Revisiting Environmental Education Principles Through Multidisciplinary Frameworks’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 38, 2, 2007, pp35-45.

111. Kahn, Richard ‘Towards ecopedagogy: Weaving a broad-based pedagogy of liberation for animals, nature and the oppressed peoples of the Earth’ in A. Darder, R. Torres and M. Baltodano (Eds.), The Critical Pedagogy Reader, 2nd edition (Routledge, 2008)

112. Blenkinsop, Sean, & Egan, Kieran ‘Three ‘Big Ideas’ and Environmental Education’ in Marcia McKenzie, Paul Hart, Heesoon Bai & Bob Jickling (Eds.) Fields of Green: Restorying culture, environment, and education (Hampton Press, 2009)

113. Bai, Heesoon ‘Reanimating the Universe: Environmental Education and Philosophical Animism’ in Marcia McKenzie, Paul Hart, Heesoon Bai & Bob Jickling (Eds.) Fields of Green: Restorying culture, environment, and education (Hampton Press, 2009)

114. Bonnett, Michael ‘Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers: environmental education and the culture of the school’ Forum, 52, 1, 2010, pp87-92.

Part 6: Experience From and Through Environmental Education

115. Arnstein, George E. ‘What Is Environmental Education?’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 3, 1, 1971, pp7-9.

116. Colwell Jr., Thomas B. ‘A critique of behaviour objectives methodology in environmental education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 7, 3, 1976, pp66-71.

117. Kauchak, Don, Krall, Flo, & Heimsath, Kim ‘The need for education, not indoctrination’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 10, 1, 1978, pp19-22.

118. Tanner, Thomas ‘Significant life experiences: A new research area in environmental education’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 11, 4, 1980, pp20-24.

119. Devall, William ‘A Sense of Earth Wisdom’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 16, 2, 1984, pp1-3.

120. Greenhall Gough, Annette Founders in Environmental Education (Deakin University Press, 1993)

121. Uzzell, David ‘Children as catalysts of environmental change: Final Report’ European Commission (1994)

122. Ferreira, Jo-Anne ‘Learning to govern oneself: environmental education pedagogy and the formation of an ethical subject’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 16, 2000, pp31-36.

123. Whitehouse, Hilary ‘Not greenies at school: investigating the discourses of environmental activism in regional Australia’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 17, 2001, pp71-76.

124. Clover, Darlene ‘Traversing the Gap: Concientización, educative-activism in environmental adult education’ Environmental Education Research, 8, 3, 2002, pp315-323.

125. Kollmuss, Anja, & Agyeman, Julian ‘Mind the gap: Why do people act environmentally and what are the barriers to pro-environmental behaviour?’ Environmental Education Research 8, 3, 2002, pp239-260.

126. Chawla, Louise ‘Participation and the ecology of environmental awareness and action’ in Alan Reid, Bjarne B. Jensen, Jutta Nikel & Venka Simovska (Eds.) Participation and Learning: Perspectives on Education and the Environment, Health and Sustainability (Springer, 2008)

127. Dunlap, Riley E. ‘The New Environmental Paradigm Scale: From Marginality to Worldwide Use’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 40, 1, 2008, pp3-18.

128. Heimlich, Joe E., & Ardoin, Nicole M. ‘Understanding behaviour to understand behaviour change: a literature review’ Environmental Education Research, 14, 3, 2008, pp215-237.

129. Rasmussen, Derek, & Akulukjuk, Tommy ‘"My Father Was Told to Talk to the Environment First Before Anything Else": Arctic Environmental Education in the Language of the Land’ in Marcia McKenzie, Paul Hart, Heesoon Bai & Bob Jickling (Eds.) Fields of Green: Restorying culture, environment, and education (Hampton Press, 2009)

130. Duhn, Iris ‘Making "place" for ecological sustainability in early childhood education’ Environmental Education Research, 18, 1, 2012, pp19-29.

Volume IV

Environmental Education: Questions and Inquiries about Traditions and Horizons

Part 7: Researching, Assessing and Evaluating Environmental Education

131. Kolybine, Victor ‘Orientation of research in the field of environmental education’ Higher Education in Europe, 5, 3, 1980, pp47-50.

132. Iozzi, Louis A. ‘What research says to the educator, part one: Environmental education and the affective domain’ The Journal of Environmental Education, 20, 3, 1989, pp3-9.

133. Robottom, Ian ‘Social critique or social control: Some problems for evaluation in environmental education’ Journal of Research in Science Teaching 26, 1989, pp435-443.

134. Hart, Paul, Jickling, Bob, & Kool, Richard ‘Starting points: Questions of quality in environmental education’ Canadian Journal of Environmental Education 4, 1999, pp104-124.

135. Zelezny, Lynnette C. ‘Educational interventions that improve environmental behaviours: A meta-analysis’ The Journal of Environmental Education 31, 1, 1999, pp5-14.

136. Hart, Paul, & Nolan, Kathleen ‘A critical analysis of research in environmental education’ Studies in Science Education, 34, 1, 1999, pp 1-69.

137. Rickinson, Mark ‘Learners and learning in EE: a review of recent research evidence’ Environmental Education, 66, 2001, pp5-7.

138. Wals, Arjen ‘Evaluating environmental education - the meaning of standardisation and the language of instrumentalism’ in William Scott & Stephen Gough (Eds.) Key Issues in Sustainable Development: A Critical Review (Routledge, 2003)

139. Walker, Kim ‘Doing research in environmental education: touchstone theory and shaking things up’ Environmental Education Research 12, 3-4, 2006, pp391-401.

140. Heimlich, Joe E. ‘Environmental education evaluation: Reinterpreting education as a strategy for meeting mission’ Evaluation and Program Planning 33, 2, 2010, pp180-185.

141. Reid, Alan, & Scott, William ‘Identifying needs in environmental education research’ in Robert B. Stevenson, Michael Brody, Justin Dillon & Arjen E.J. Wals (Eds.) International Handbook of Research on Environmental Education (Routledge, 2013)

142. Wals, Arjen, Stevenson, Robert B., Brody, Michael, & Dillon, Justin ‘Tentative directions for environmental education research in uncertain times’ in Robert B. Stevenson, Michael Brody, Justin Dillon & Arjen E.J. Wals (Eds.) International Handbook of Research on Environmental Education (Routledge, 2013)

Part 8: Curriculum and Pedagogy in Environmental Education – Liberal, Critical and Place-Based Considerations

143. Covert, Douglas C. ‘Toward a curriculum in environmental education’ Environmental Education, 1, 1, 1969, pp11-12.

144. Reid, Barbara J. ‘Whither urban environmental education?’ Environmental Education, 2, 1, 1970, pp28-29.

145. Ginzbarg, Hana M. ‘Environmental education for political action’ The Journal of Environmental Education 3, 1, 1971, pp26-27.

146. Linke, Russell D. ‘A case for indoctrination in environmental education’ South Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 4, 1976, pp125-129.

147. Stapp, William ‘An instructional model for environmental education’ Prospects VIII, 4, 1978, pp495-507.

148. Krall, Florence R. ‘Living metaphors: the real curriculum in environmental education’ Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 1, 1, 1979, pp180-185.

149. Williams, Allan T. ‘The New Environmentalism - A meaningless epithet’ The Journal of Environmental Education 10, 4, 1979, pp4-6.

150. Hungerford, Harold, Peyton, Ben & Wilke, Richard (1980) ‘Goals for curriculum development in environmental education’ The Journal of Environmental Education 11, 3, 1980, pp42-47.

151. MacGregor, Jean ‘Values to Live By’ The Journal of Environmental Education 15, 2, 1984, pp1-2.

152. Maher, Mary ‘Environmental education: What are we fighting for?’ Geographical Education, 5, 2, 1986, pp21-25.

153. Pepper, David ‘The basis of a radical curriculum in environmental education’ in Colin Lacey & Roy Williams (Eds.) Education, Ecology and Development: The Case for an Education Network (The World Wildlife Fund & Kogan Page, 1987)

154. Brennan, Andrew ‘Environmental awareness and liberal education’ British Journal of Educational Studies 39, 3, 1991, pp279-296.

155. Harding, Stephan ‘Curricula for optimism: implications for environmental educators’ Australian Journal of Environmental Education 13, 1997, pp7-10.

156. Walker, Kim ‘Challenging critical theory in environmental education’ Environmental Education Research 3, 2, 1997, pp155-162.

157. Orr, David ‘Rethinking education’ The Ecologist, 29, 2, 1999, pp232-234

158. Scott, William, & Oulton, Christopher ‘Environmental education: arguing the case for multiple approaches’ Educational Studies, 25, 1, 1999, pp89-97.

159. Soetaert, Ronald, & Mottart, Andre ‘The contact zone: Whose Nature? Whose Sustainabilty?’ in William Scott & Stephen Gough (Eds.) Key Issues in Sustainable Development and Learning (Routledge, 2003)

160. Gruenewald, David A. ‘The Best of Both Worlds: A Critical Pedagogy of Place’ Educational Researcher 32, 4, 2003, pp3-12.

161. Weston, Anthony ‘What if teaching went wild?’ Canadian Journal of Environmental Education 9, 1, 2004, pp31-46.

162. Carr, David ‘Moral values and the arts in environmental education: Towards an ethics of aesthetic appreciation’ Journal of Philosophy of Education 38, 2, 2004, pp221-239.

163. Louv, Richard ‘Leave No Child Inside: The Growing Movement to Reconnect Children with Nature, and to battle "nature deficit disorder"’ Orion Magazine, April/May, 2007

164. Heimlich, Joe E., & Falk, John H. ‘Free-choice learning and the environment’ in John H. Falk, Joe E. Heimlich & Susan Foutz (Eds.) Free-choice learning and the environment (AltaMira Press, 2009)

165. Martusewicz, Rebecca A. ‘Educating for "Collective Intelligence": Revitalizing the Cultural and Ecological Commons in Detroit’ in Marcia McKenzie, Paul Hart, Heesoon Bai & Bob Jickling (Eds.), Fields of Green: Restorying culture, environment, and education (Hampton Press, 2009)

166. Schinkel, Anders ‘Justifying compulsory environmental education in liberal democracies’ Journal of Philosophy of Education, 43, 4, 2009, pp507-526.

167. McClaren, Milton ‘The place of the city in environmental education’ in Marcia McKenzie, Paul Hart, Heesoon Bai & Bob Jickling (Eds.), Fields of Green: Restorying culture, environment, and education. (Hampton Press, 2009)

168. Sobel, David ‘Look, Don't Touch: The Problem with Environmental Education’ Orion Magazine, July/August, 2012

About the Editors

Environmental Education is edited by Justin Dillon (King’s College London), co-editor of the International Journal of Science Education and Past President of the European Science Education Research Association, and Alan Reid (Bath University), editor of Environmental Education Research.

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