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Canadian Journal of Environmental Education
Environmental and Sustainability Education in Teacher Education.
This volume of the Canadian Journal of Environmental Education (CJEE) is devoted to Environmental and Sustainability Education in Teacher Education (EST-TE). It was inspired during early conversations amongst organizers of the Research Symposium who wanted to ensure a reputable forum for the publication of research. The Research Symposium was organized and hosted by the Standing Committee on Environmental and Sustainability Education in Teacher Education (the ″Standing Committee″) of the Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication (EECOM), fall 2018, in
Cranbrook, British Columbia.
The ESE-TE Research Symposium, the first of its kind since the inception of the Standing Committee in 2017, had several purposes: to provide academic and non-academic participants (e.g., teachers, practitioners, NGOs, ministry personnel, not-for-profits) with the opportunity to share their research with a small but growing community of like-minded stakeholders; to inspire both formal and informal discussions on the status of ESE-TE as a developing field of studies; and to strengthen collaborations through networking. These purposes were derived from some of the strategic directions and actions of the Standing Committee after an inaugural National Roundtable on ESE in Preservice Teacher Education held at Trent University in spring 2016. At this event, organizers and delegates crafted a National Action Plan on ESE-TE alongside the Otonabee Declaration, a signed agreement calling for mandatory components of environmental education in all Pre-service Teacher Education programs across Canada ( ... (Orig.)
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Douglas D. Karrow, Hilary Inwood, Laura Sims

Environmental and Sustainability Education in Pre-Service Teacher Education in Canada: A Case Study
Laura Carol Sims, Madeleine Asselin, Thomas Falkenberg

Pathways and pedagogies: Conversations with teacher educators about the role of place-based learning
Janet McVittie, Geoffrey Webber, Laurie-Ann Michelle Hellsten, Dianne Miller

Sustainability Learning Pathways in the UBC Teacher Education Program: Destination Cohort
Patrick AB Robertson, Robert VanWynsberghe, Bruce Ford

Exploring how University and School Board Partnerships can integrate Professional Development in Environmental and Sustainability Education
Hilary J Inwood, Alysse Kennedy

Activating teacher candidates in community-wide environmental education: The Pathway to Stewardship and Kinship Project
Paul Elliott, Cathy Dueck, Jacob Rodenburg

Taking Stock of Canadian Environmental and Sustainability Education in Teacher Education Research: Chronicling our Past and Charting our Future
Douglas David Karrow, Patrick Howard

Wilding Teacher Education: Responding to the Anthropocene
Bob Jickling, Sean Blenkinsop

Book Review ~ International Perspectives on the Theory and Practice of Environmental Education: A Reader. Edited by Giuliano Reis and Jeff Scott

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