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2011 | nr 2 | 125--143
Tytuł artykułu

Environmental Education and the Whole School Approach in one Australian Primary School

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Warianty tytułu
Edukacja ekologiczna i podejście całościowe (ang.: whole school approach) w jednej z australijskich szkół podstawowych
Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
Uważa się, że podejście całościowe do edukacji ekologicznej, gdzie zasady i procesy zrównoważonego rozwoju są włączane w program nauczania, kształtowanie krajobrazu i zarządzanie zasobami stanowią pewną metodę uruchamiania zmian kulturowych w kierunku bardziej zrównoważonych społeczeństw. Pomimo oficjalnych zachęt w Australii jedynie niektóre szkoły zaadoptowały podejście całościowe. Poniższy artykuł przedstawia plany przyjęte przez nauczycieli pewnej szkoły oraz zawiera przegląd przemyśleń i działań, które uruchomili w praktyce w okresie czterech lat, aby wdrożyć skoordynowane całościowe podejście do edukacji ekologicznej. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
It is thought that whole school approaches to environmental education, where sustainability principles and processes are embedded into curriculum, grounds and resource management are a way of enacting cultural change towards more sustainable societies. Despite official encouragement in Australia, only some schools are reported to have adopted a whole school approach. This paper reports on the plans adopted by teachers in one school, providing an overview of the thinking and processes they put into practice over a period of four years, to implement coordinated whole school environmental education. (original abstract)
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125--143
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Twórcy
  • University of New England, Australia
autor
  • University of New England, Australia
autor
  • University of New England, Australia
Bibliografia
  • Australian Department of Environment and Heritage (2005). Educating for a Sustainable Future. A National Environmental Education Statement for Australian Schools. Curriculum Corporation.
  • Australian Government Department of Environment and Heritage and the Arts (2007). Australian Sustainable Schools Initiative (AuSSI). Available at: www.environment.gov.au. Accessed: May 2009.
  • Bazeley, P. (2007). Qualitative Data Analysis With NVivo (2nd ed.). Sage Publications.
  • Birdsall, S. (2010). Empowering students to act: Learning about, through and from the nature of action. Australian Journal of Environmental Education 26: 65-84.
  • Breiting, S.; Mayer, M.; Mogensen, F. (2005). Qualtity Criteria for ESD Schools. Available at: http://seed.schule.at/uploads/QC_eng_2web.pdf. Accessed: 8 March 2008
  • Butler, K. (2009). Draft Learning for Sustainability K-10 Curriculum Framework. Sydney: NSW DET Curriculum K-12 Directorate.
  • Chodkiewicz, A.; Flowers, R. (2005). NSW Sustainable Schools Program: Communities and schools. Report to the NSW Department of Education and Training. Sydney: Centre for Popular Education, University of Technology.
  • Flowers, R.; Chodkiewicz, A. (2009). Local communities and schools tackling sustainability and climate change. Australian Journal of Environmental Education 25: 71-81.
  • Funnell, S.; Larri, L. (2005). Evaluation: NSW Sustainable Schools Program. Sydney: NSW DET and DEC.
  • Henderson, K.; Tilbury, D. (2004). Whole-School Approaches to Sustainability: An International Review of Sustainable School Programs. Report prepared by the Australian Research Institute in Education for Sustainability (ARIES) for the Department of Environment and Heritage, Australian Government.
  • Jensen, B. (2002). Knowledge, action and pro-environmental behaviour. Environmental Education Research 8(3): 325-334.
  • NSW DECC, NSW DET (2006). Sustainable Schools NSW. Available at: www.sustainableschools.nsw.edu.au. Accessed: May 2009.
  • NSW DET (2001). Environmental Education Policy for Schools. New South Wales Department of Education and Training Curriculum Support Directorate.
  • NSW DET (2006). Environmental Education Policy for Schools. Available at: www.sustainableschools.nsw.edu.au. Accessed: December 2010.
  • NSW DET Curriculum Support Directorate (2010). Climate Clever Energy Savers. Available at: http://www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au/env_ed/programs/savers/ccesdetails.htm. Accessed: 26 March 2010.
  • Oulten, C.; Scott, B. (1995). The 'Environmentally Educated Teacher': An exploration of the implications of UNESCO-UNEP's ideas for pre-service teacher education programmes. Environmental Education Research 1(2): 213-231.
  • Scott, B. (2007). Raising standards: Making sense of the sustainable schools agenda. London: Specialist Schools and Academies Trust.
  • Stevenson, R. (1987). Schooling and environmental education: contradictions in purpose and practice. Reprinted in Environmental Education Research 2007, 13(2): 139-153.
  • Tal, T. (2010). Pre-service teachers' reflections on awareness and knowledge following active learning in environmental education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19(4): 263-276.
  • Tilbury, D. (1995). Environmental education for sustainability: Defining the new focus of environmental education in the 1990s. Environmental Education Research 1(2): 195-212.
  • Tilbury, D.; Coleman, V.; Garlick, D. (2005). A National Review of Environmental Education and its Contribution to Sustainability in Australia: School Education. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Environment and Heritage and Australian Institute in Education for Sustainability (ARIES).
  • Tilbury, D.; Wortman, D. (2005). Whole school approaches to sustainability. Geographical Education 18: 22-30.
  • Uzzell, D. (1999). Education for environmental action in the community: New roles and relationships. Cambridge Journal of Education 29(3): 397-413.
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