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Gathering, interpreting, and positioning children′s narratives in environmental education research.
Cultural Studies of Science Education
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Cecilia Caiman and Iann Lundegård′s research highlights that an important goal of education is to equip younger generations with tools for innovation. This specifically applies in the realm of science education, as younger generations will likely require a unique preparation and skillset to tackle the environmental issues they will face in young adulthood and beyond. In their article, the authors position imagination as a tool for innovation and infinite possibility in this realm, and they capture moments of children actively imagining or ″blending″ their ideas to illustrate their worthiness in the cause of sustainability. In this research, I also realize the value of children′s creative narratives on the path toward building a more collective ethic of environmental care. However, I emphasize that positioning children′s imaginative narratives in an education toward sustainability calls for the study of children′s identities-in-progress, and thus, a rigorous theorization of the context in which these narratives/selves are created. This, in turn, necessitates the use of situated and deep methodological approaches to capture and interpret children′s self-expressions. Through my use of Holland′s figured world concept and an ethnographic case study methodology, this research unpacks narratives similar to those presented in Cecilia and Iann′s research to reveal the complexity of children′s imaginative utterances in a school garden context. I consider the myriad of factors that shape children′s experiences and corresponding expressions to complicate and situate children′s expressions within the larger context of self and care development. Revealing this individualized and layered nature of identity and care development in environmental education research allows for the creation or replication of educational experiences and spaces where innovation and care development can occur.
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