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International perspectives in environmental education.
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Frankfurt/ a. M.
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3631522967
 
0820465836
 
9783631522967
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This book aims at introducing readers to the different ways in which environmental education is viewed and perceived on an international basis. It is one of the outcomes of the First World Environmental Education Congress (FWEEC) held in Espinho, Portugal, on 20th-24th May, 2003. FWEEC gathered 282 participants from 38 countries, offering an international platform for educators, scientists, researchers, scholars, politicians, technicians, activists, the media and teachers to present and debate key issues in environmental education world wide. It includes many of the papers delivered in the Congress and a few additional ones, in an attempt to both document international experiences and promote them to a wide audience. This publication is meant to pave the ground for the UN International Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014) by addressing one of the oldest and yet one of the most pressing needs in environmental education today: the need to document experiences and promote good practice. This book will be useful to those undertaking research, practical projects and doing works „on the ground″ in both formal and non-formal teaching. The extensive body of information and knowledge gathered by the authors will be helpful to both researchers and practitioners, contributing towards developing their capacity so that they may become even better at what they do.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Introduction

Environmental Education through Interactive Means
Carlos Henke-Oliveira, Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, Andreia De Fiori

The Ecological Trail and its Influence in Environmental Education
Lilian Levin Medeiros Ferreira Da Gama, Paulo Cesar Rodrigues Cassino

Greek Educators' Attitudes and Beliefs about The Application of Environmental Education in Elementary School
Mavrikaki, E., Kyridis, A., Tsakiridou, E., Golia, P

Converging Paradigms: Bridging Science and Environmental Education through Drama
Michael Littledyke

Greek Teachers describe the 'Ideal' Educational Software for Environmental Education
Mavrikaki, E., Zygouri, E., Athanassiadou, I., Fachantidis, N.

Children's Understanding of Waste Management Concepts and Issues
Grodzinska-Jurczak, M., Szczesniak, A., Bryda G

Environmental Education at the Littoral Station of Aguda in North Portugal
Mike Weber, Jaime Prata

Education for Sustainability: Learning Partnerships between Schools and Companies
Melanie Herget, Petra Heuer

Where does our Food come From?
A. Luis, A. Martins, C. Martins, S. Vieira

What do Our Schoolchildren Know About the Animal Species in Their Region?
A. Luis, A. Almeida, S. Guilherme Ill

Society and Conservation Units: The Challenge of Serra Da Tiririca State Park, Niteroi/Marica, RJ, Brazil
Douglas de Souza Pimentel, Ana Angelica Monteiro de Barros, Ellen Serri da Motta, Leandro Matos Pereira da Silva, Luciana da Silva Ormond, Luciana Ribeiro Leda

25 Years Past Tbilisi: Environmental Teaching or Cheating?
Paula Briigger

Identifying Environmental Education Content in Higher Education: A New Zealand Perspective.
P.M. Lynch, R.L. Leonard, I. MacDonald

Students' Spatial Orientation in the Physical Space of the Universidad de los Andes
Gilberto Leonardo Oviedo

Experiential and Active Learning as a Means of Environmental Cognition Enhancement: The Contribution of the Environmental Education Centres in the Development of Environmentally Responsible Citizens
Kadji-Beltran Chrysanthi, Zachariou Aravella

Virtual Ecological Circuits: A new Form of Access to Environmental Education
MorgadoF., PinhoR., Leao, F., Pestana, J., Lopes, L., C. Antunes

Social and Educational Context in Students' Perception of the Forest Environment
Morgado, F. M, Leal, N., Lopes, R

Adult education and development of environmental literacy: contributions of a project of pedagogic innovation
Conceiqdo Courela, Margarida Cesar

Evaluation of an Environmental Education Action about Water Resources Conservation
L.S. Santos, S. Caeiro, U.M. Azeiteiro

Environmental Education at Schools and in Teachers' Preparation in Czech and Slovak Republic — Experience and Research
Milada Secovd, Danuse Kvanickovd

Moinho D'Agua: Rural Communities and Environment - Environmental Education Activities in an Environmentally Protected Area
Jodo Luiz Hoeffel, Almerinda A.B. Fadini, Fabio Bueno de Lima, MicheliK. Machado

Growing Schools: Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Farming and Growing
LizLakin

Promoting Environmental Education: An Activity with Primary School Students in Portugal
Joana Luisa Pereira, Nelson Abrantes, Ulisses Azeiteiro, Fernando Goncalves

Epistemological and Conceptual Framing of Environmental Education: Levels of Constitution of Complex Practices
Marina Prieto Afonso de Lencastre

Lincoln University's Youth Enviroschool ('YES'): A positive Example of Environmental Education in the Asia Pacific Region
Graeme Buchan, Ian Spellerberg, Cora Baillie

Environmental Education in Formal Education: Revealing Teachers' Experiences and Perspectives using the Focus Group Technique in Brazil
R. Mendes, A. Vaz

School and Agenda 21: Experimenting the Link
A. Bachiorri, M.A. Fontechiari, L. Rigoni, L. Zaniboni

An Overview of Future Developments in International Enviromental Education
Walter Leal Filho