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Experiencing environment and place through children's literature.
New York
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Introduction: Experiencing Environment and Place through Children's Literature Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Philip Payne, and Alan Reid 1. Through Green Eyes: Complex Visual Culture and Post-Literacy Sidney Dobrin 2. Re-searching and re-storying the complex and complicated relationship of biophilia and bibliophilia Heesoon Bai, Daniela Elza, Peter Kovacs and Serenna Romanycia 3. Remarkable-tracking, experiential education of the ecological imagination Philip Payne 4. Children's literature as a springboard to place-based embodied learning Linda Wason-Ellam 5. The Stories are the people and the land: Three educators respond to environmental teachings in Indigenous children's literature Lisa Korteweg, Ismel Gonzales, and JoJo Guillet 6. What's there, what if, what then and what can we do? An Immersive and Embodied Experience of Environment and Place through Children's Literature Geraldine Burke and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie 7. Exploring instructional strategies to develop prospective elementary teacher children's literature book evaluation skills for science, ecology and environmental education Bill Hug 8. Developing environmental agency and engagement through young people's fiction Jean Webb and Stephen Bigger 9. The Lord of the Rings - a mythos applicable in unsustainable times? Alun Morgan 10. Reading The Lorax, orienting in potentiality Amy Sloane 11. Openings for researching environment and place in children's literature: ecologies, potentials, realities, and challenges Alan Reid, Philip Payne and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie