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Ecological Education in Everyday Life: A L P H A 2 0 0 0.
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Toronto
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ISBN:
0802084966
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Abstract:

Access to quality basic adult education is a concern in many countries throughout the world. In this innovative study, sixteen researchers from ten different countries in the Western and Arab worlds look at adult education, and discuss how an ecological approach to education focusing on the cultural traditions and natural environments of communities can be more useful than education in specialized institutions. Education, they argue, should involve the transmission of knowledge and know-how within an environment appropriate to the students. This interdisciplinary collection of essays is a follow-up to preceding works of research on literacy, published in the ALPHA series in Quebec and at UNESCO over the past twenty years. In their humanist, ecological vision of the world, the contributors aim to provide alternatives to neocapitalist thinking, and promote local education and development through international cooperation.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Foreword ix
Open Carriage xiii
Lisa Zucker, Canada
INTRODUCTION
Ecological Approaches in Basic Education: Jean-Paul Hautecoeur, Canada
PART ONE
Shifting the Education Paradigm
Ecological Education in the Living Environment
Laila Iskandar Kamel, Egypt
Abundance As a Central Idea in Ecological Approaches
in Education
Munir Fasheh, Palestinian Territories
Ecology and Basic Education among the
Indigenous Peoples of Canada
Serge Wagner, Canada
From Reaching In to Reaching Out: El-Warsha 1987–1999
Hassan El-Geretly, Egypt
The Creation of Knowledge through Environmental Education
Paolo Orefice, Italy
Contents
An Ecological Culture for Teachers
Viara Gurova, Bulgaria
PART TWO
Stimulating Participation through Social Action
Education for Regional Sustainable Development
Jan Keller, Czech Republic
Environmental Adult Education in the Czech Republic
Michal Bartos, Czech Republic
Literacy Practices in Local Activities: An Ecological Approach
David Barton, United Kingdom
Addressing Alexandria′s Environmental Problems
Adel Abu Zahra, Egypt
The Campaign against the MAI in Canada
Brian Sarwer-Foner, Canada
PART THREE
For Sustainable Endogenous Development
Sustainable Development Literacy in Central Appalachia
Anthony Flaccavento, United States
Sustainable Community Development with
Human Dimensions: The Basaisa Experience
Salah Arafa, Egypt
Revitalizing a Depopulating Region in Hungary
Valeria Nagy Czanka and Ildiko Mihaly, Hungary
Agricultural Development and the Preservation
of Indigenous Knowledge
Ismail Daiq and Shawkat Sarsour, Palestinian Territories
CLOSING REMARKS
The Nuweiba Seminar
Jean-Paul Hautecoeur
Notes on Contributors
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Datum des Zugriffs:
01.02.2010