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Editors: John Chi-Kin Lee (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Michael Williams University of Wales) Bryan T. Peck
Book Description:
Geography, environment, sustainability, culture and education standing alone or in any combination, provide the ingredients for a variety of stews. They are all difficult to define and they generate endless debates for theoreticians and practitioners about their meaning and significance. The editors have divided the chapters that follow into two parts in an effort to unit these diverse disciplines. Part 1 is concerned with cultural foundations and curriculum issues related to geographical and environmental education for sustainability. The second Part comprises a series of chapters presenting education for sustainability in the contexts of national cultures.

Table of Contents:
ABOUT THE SERIES
FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

PART 1:
Chapter 1 - Geography, Environment, Sustainability, Culture and Education; pp. 3-22
(John Chi-Kin Lee and Michael Williams)

Chapter 2 - Culturing Sustainability: Towards Frameworks of Understanding; pp. 23-38
(Wayne K. D Davies and Denise Fay Brown)

Chapter 3 - Culture and Contexts; pp. 39-49
(Rod Gerber)

Chapter 4 - Childhood, Peer Culture and Environmental Learning;
pp. 51-63
(Margaret Robertson)

Chapter 5 - Orientations and Approaches to Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability; pp. 65-77
(Philip Stimpson)

Chapter 6 - Approaches to Learning and Teaching Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability; pp. 79-93
(Mauri Åhlberg and Taina Kaivola)

Chapter 7 - 'Whole School' Approaches to Sustainability; pp. 95-107
(Daniella Tilbury and David Wortman)

Chapter 8 - Beyond the Separate Subjects: Towards a Post-Disciplinary Approach to Environmental Education; pp. 109-121
(Gwyn Edwards)

Chapter 9 - Education for Sustainability: Schools and their Communities; pp. 123-137
(Elisabeth Barratt Hacking, Robert Barratt, William Scott, Wayne
talbot, Daniel Nicholls and Kay Davies)

Chapter 10 - Eco-Schools and Green Schools; pp. 139-153
(Reiner Mathar)

Chapter 11 - Fieldwork and Outdoor Education for Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability; pp. 155-170
(Kwok Chan Lai)

Chapter 12 - New Technologies: Contributing to New Concepts and Cultures of Curriculum and Sustainability; pp. 173-181
(John Lidstone)

PART 2:

Chapter 13 - Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship: The ‘New Agenda’ for Geographical Education in England and Wales; pp. 187-203(Alun Morgan)

Chapter 14 - Approaches to Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability in Finland; pp. 205-214
(Ilkka Ratinen and Tiina Nevanpää)

Chapter 15 - Australia – Environmental Education and Cultural Change in a Land of ‘Plenty’; pp. 215-227
(Margaret Robertson)

Chapter 16 - Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability in Hong Kong and China: Trends and Issues; pp. 229-245(John Chi-kin Lee, Peiying Lin and Tammy Yim-lin Kwan)

Chapter 17 - Environmental Education for Sustainability in Korea; pp. 247-267
(Hyo Hyun Sung)

Chapter 18 - Culturing Education for Sustainability: Experience in Arctic Canada; pp. 269-282
(Nancy C. Doubleday)

Chapter 19 - Approaches to Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability in the United States; pp. 283-296
(Rosalyn McKeown)

Chapter 20 - Approaches to Environmental Education for Sustainability in India; pp. 297-308
(Kiran Banga Chhokar and Sandhya Chandrasekharan)

Chapter 21 - Approaches to Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability in Brazil; pp. 309-320
(Maria Lúcia de Amorim Soares)

Chapter 22 - Enabling Environmental and Sustainability Education in South Africa’s National Curriculum: Context, Culture and Learner Aspirations for Agency; pp. 321-334
(Heila Lotz-Sisitka)

Contributors pp.335-340

Index pp.341-359

   Series:
      Education: Emerging Goals in the New Millennium. Bryan T. Peck (University of Strathclyde), Series Editor
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   Pages: 359.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-59454-945-8
   Status: AV
  
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