International handbook of research on environmental education

Clasificación: GE 70 I61 2013 | Agregado: 07/10/2020

editado por Robert B. Stevenson... [et al.] -- New York : AERA : Routledge, 2013.
xiii, 576 p.; 28 cm.
ISBN 978-0-415-89239-1.
Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
Contenido: Introduction: an orientation to environmental education and the handbook -- Conceptualizing environmental education as a field on inquiry -- Historical, contextual, and theoretical orientations that have shaped environmental education research -- The emergence of environmental education research: a "History" of the field -- Socioecological approaches to environmental education and research: a paradigmatic response to behavioral change orientations -- Thinking globally in environmental education: a critical history -- Selected trends in thirty years of Doctoral research in environmental education in Dissertation Abstracts International from collections prepared in the United States of America -- Transformation, empowerment, and the governing of environmental conduct: insights to be gained from a "History of the present" approach -- Normative dimensions of environmental education research: conceptions of education and environmental ethics -- Probing normative research in environmental: ideas about education and ethics -- Self, environment, and education: normative arisings -- A critical theory of place-conscious education -- Learning from Hermit Crabs, Mycelia, and Banyan: schools as centers of critical inquiry and renormatization -- Why we need a language of (Environmental) education -- Environmental ethics as processes of open-ended, pluralistic, deliberative enquiry -- Analyses of environmental education discourses and policies -- The politics of needs and sustainability education -- Languages and discourses of education, environment, and sustainable development -- Researching tensions and pretensions in environmental/sustainability education policies: from critical to civically engaged policy scholarship -- Changing discourses in EE/ESD: a role for professional self-development -- Connecting vocational and technical education with sustainability -- Trends, junctures, and disjunctures in Latin American environmental education research -- EE policies in three chinese communities: challenges and prospects for future development -- Research on environmental education curriculum, learning, and assessment: processes and outcomes -- Curriculum research in environmental education -- Traditions and new niches: an overview of environmental education curriculum and learning research -- Environmental education in a cultural context -- Place-based education: practice and impacts -- Getting the picture: from the old reflection-hearing pictures and telling tales, to the new reflection-seeing voices and painting scenes -- Moinho D Agua: environmental education, participation, and autonomy in rural areas -- Research on learning processes in environmental education -- Environmental learning: insights from research into the student experience -- Conventional and emerging learning theories: implications and choices for educational researchers with a planetary consciousness -- Belief to behavior: a vital link -- Landscapes as contexts for learning -- Evaluation and analysis of environmental education programs, materials, and technologies and the assessment of learners and learning -- Research on the long-term impacts of environmental education -- Advancing environmental education program evaluation: insights from a review of behavioral outcome evaluations -- National assessments of environmental literacy: a review, comparison, and analysis -- Geospatial technologies: the present and future roles of emerging technologies in environmental education -- Sustainability education: theory and practice -- Learning from neighboring fields: conceptualizing outcomes of environmental education within the framework of free-choice learning experiences -- Issues of framing, doing, and assessing in environmental education research -- Moving margins in environmental education research -- Researching differently: generating a gender agenda for research in environmental education -- The representation of indigenous knowledges -- Educating for environmental justice -- Indigenous environmental education research in North America: a brief review -- Three degrees of separation: accounting for naturecultures in environmental education research -- Philosophical and methodological perspectives -- (Un)timely ecophenomenological framings of environmental education research -- Children as active researchers: the potential of environmental education research involving children -- Collaborative ecological inquiry: where action research meets sustainable development -- Critical action research and environmental education: conceptual congruencies and imperatives in practice -- A femini