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By , sustainability science became recognized as an research approach in which social and natural science methodologies would be integrated to pursue practical and policy-relevant responses to a variety of complex problems in which uncertainties are pervasive Clark and Dickson As sustainability began to be taken more and more seriously in decision-making and scientific circles, environmental philosophers responded by re-opening dormant discussions about its meaning and relationship to values-based issues.
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The assessment discussed here is a step towards developing such an assessment for bioenergy. An Urban Nature Center: Take 2.
Though often considered an area of importance and emphasis, the enactment of Environmental Sustainability Education can vary considerably across schools and settings. This study used a narrative approach to tell the story of Environmental Sustainability Education at three schools within a mile radius of our institution: a public charter school, a public school with a magnet STEM program, and a private Friends school. In this course, students are expected to develop favorable attitudes toward the environment.
The educational experience included several moments: framing, joint planning of individual and group activities, and development of the case study. The balance of the results of the course was favorable; the group learned to work cooperatively, mutual trust prevailed within the teams, group agreements were respected, the group goal was clearly defined, and a case study was delineated and developed.
Ojibwe education is used at Conserve School, an environmental semester school, to help high school students better understand diverse perspectives on stewardship and to explore the history, cultures and place of the Northwoods of Wisconsin. In the Environmental Stewardship class, students learn about indigenous history, culture and environmental perspectives from a local Ojibwe forester. The students use this perspective to help them appreciate their place at Conserve School and explore their own environmental ethics.
Students also participate in Ojibwe seasonal celebrations to better comprehend how place and people are interrelated. Faced with everything from climate change to resource depletion, citizens must be environmentally literate. One path to literacy is through teacher education. Participants in this U.
Although many indicated unfamiliarity with the Preparation Guidelines, the majority address them in their teaching.