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Ethical Literacies and Education for Sustainable Development.
Young People, Subjectivity and Democratic Participation.
This book explores the ethical dimensions surrounding the development of education for sustainable development within schools, and examines these issues through the lens of ethical literacy. The book argues that teaching children to engage with nature is crucial if they are to develop a true understanding of sustainability and climate issues, and claims that sustainability education is much more successful when pupils are treated as moral agents rather than being passive subjects of testing and assessment. The collection brings together a range of fresh and creative perspectives on how issues around ethical literacies can be elaborated and expanded with regard to democratic sustainability education. The use of children´s books in teaching about sustainability is carefully explored, as are the ethical and aesthetic dimensions of environmental education. Including an afterword by Arjen Wals, Professor of Transformative Learning for Socio-Ecological Sustainability, the book will be of great interest to students and researchers in the field of sustainability education.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Front Matter
Pages i-xxiv
Highlighting Ethics, Subjectivity and Democratic Participation in Sustainability Education: Challenges and Contributions
Olof Franck
Pages 1-17
Philosophizing with Transdisciplinarity, Relational Knowledge and Ethics in Education for Sustainable Development
Marie Grice
Pages 19-35
Pupils′ Views on Moral Competence in School
Annika Lilja
Pages 37-53
Discourses of Available and Sustainable Lives: Ethical Literacy Offered to Tweens Through Fiction Reading
Christina Osbeck
Pages 55-72
Fiction at School for Educational Purposes: What Opportunities Are Students Given to Act as Moral Subjects?
Anna Lyngfelt
Pages 73-84
An Aesthetic and Ethical Perspective on Art-Based Environmental Education and Sustainability from a Phenomenological Viewpoint
Margaretha Häggström
Pages 85-103
Challenging and Expanding the Notion of Sustainability Within Early Childhood Education: Perspectives from Post-humanism and/or New Materialism
Kassahun Weldemariam
Pages 105-126
Windows on a Changing World: Using Children′s Literature as an Aesth/Ethical Trope in Early Years Education for Sustainability
Dawn L. Sanders
Pages 127-136
Aesthetic Experiences Related to Living Plants: A Starting Point in Framing Humans′ Relationship with Nature?
Eva Nyberg
Pages 137-157
Closing Remarks
Christina Osbeck, Olof Franck
Pages 159-161
Back Matter
Pages 163-175
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