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Conceptual Challenges for Environmental Education: Advocacy, Autonomy, Implicit Education and Values.
New York
Abstract: "Conceptual Challenges for Environmental Education" is a critical analysis of environmental education from the perspective of educational ethics. It spells out elements of the conceptual foundations of an environmental education theory--among them implicit education, advocacy, Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, and climate change--that can both advance our understanding of and improve our responses to modern environmental problems. The book is intended to broaden the types of environmental education practiced, specifically by attempting to draw on the integrative strengths of liberal education. At their core, environmental problems require both ethical and integrative understanding as part of their solutions: this book proposes strategies for incorporating such understanding into our educational theories and programs.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Defining Environmental Education
Ethical Aims
Educational Theory
Theory and Concepts
First- and Second-Order Aims
My Audience
Central Argument
Structure of This Book

Chapter One: On the Purposes and Ethics of Environmental Education
On Concepts and Arguments in Environmental Education
The Purpose, Practice and Place Framework
The Purposes of Ethics Education
Establishing Some Ethical Dimensions of Education
Central Aims of Ethics Education
The Purposes of Ethics Education: Developing Methods of Moral Thinking
Ethical Dimensions of Environmental Education
The Purpose, Place and Practice of Environmental Education
Advancing Understanding as a Purpose of Environmental Education
Context-Sensitivity and Foundations in Environmental Education
Environmental Education and Climate Change

Chapter Two: Implicit Values in Environmental Education
Defining Implicit Learning in Environmental Education
Architecture and the Built Environment
Urban Environments and Modernity
A Note on Pedagogical Assumptions
Implicit Learning about Humans and Animals in Zoos
Teacher Behavior: Language, Modeling, Hypocrisy and Double Standards
In Defense of Modeling

Chapter Three: Advocacy in Education
Definitions of Advocacy
Qualities of Advocacy
Aims—Epistemological and Moral
Contested and Uncontested Knowledge
Orientations towards Advocacy
Summary of Qualities of Advocacy
Arguments against Advocacy
Arguments for Advocacy
The Role of Advocacy in Education and Environmental Education
Conclusion on Advocacy in General Education
Conclusion on Advocacy in Environmental Education

Chapter Four: Concepts and Values in Environmental Education
The Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
Some Conceptual Questions about Values in the DESD
Sustainability and Sustainable Development as Values
Ethical Concerns with SD and Sustainability
Education for SD and Values
My Proposal for Ethics Education about Environmental and Development Issues
Educational Ethics and the DESD: Considering Conflicting Values
DESD′s Orientation and Aims
Educational Approaches

Chapter Five: Conceptual Challenges for Climate Change Education
Educational Challenges
Conceptual Challenges in Social Change