Ecojustice, Citizen Science and Youth Activism: Situated Tensions for Science Education (2015)
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Put Away Your Pencils-Reconceptualizing School Accountability through EcoJustice.- Provoking EcoJustice-Taking Citizen Science and Youth Activism Beyond the School Curriculum.- The Sustainable Farm School-Waldorf Philosophy and EcoJustice Theory in Aesthetic Contexts.- Building Teacher Leaders and Sustaining Local Communities through a Collaborative Farm to School Education Project-What EcoJustice Work Can PreService Teachers Do?.- Drawing on Place and Culture for Climate Change Education in Native Communities.- The Will of the Ancestors: A Collaborative Elementary Science Curriculum Design Initiative.- Eco, Social, or Any Other Justice? Critical Awareness among International Service-Learning Program Participants in Costa Rica.- Art to Capture Learning about the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem-Why a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.- Ponder This? Editorial by J Myron Atkin.- The Commonplaces of Schooling and Citizen Science-Editorial by Xavier Fazio and Doug Karrow.- Living History-Challenging Citizen Science and Youth Activism through Historical Re-enacting.- Teaching with Citizen Science-It's More than Just Putting Out Fires!.- Carrizo Springs, Texas-The Story of the Systems Academy for Young Scientists (SAYS).- Mediated Pedagogy in a Blended Environment: Impact of Processes and Settings.- Why the Secret of the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont Should Influence Science Education-Connecting People and Nature.- Democratic Participation with Scientists through Socioscientific Inquiry.- Ponder This? Editorial.- Youth Activism-Editorial.- Balancing Economic Utility with Civic Responsibility.- Pursuing Youth-led Socioscientific Activism: Conversations of Participation, Pedagogy, and Power.- Harnessing Youth Activism with/in Undergraduate Education: A Case Study of Change Lab.- Science and Democracy in Youth Environmental Action-Learning "Good" Thinking.- Hitting the Big Screen-Urban Youth Activism through Documentary Film.- From Citizen Diplomacy to Youth Activism: The Story of the Global Thinking Project.- Seeing the Forest for the Trees! Conservation and Activism through Socioscientific Issues for Young Children.- Ponder This? Editorial by Angela Calabrese Barton.
December 11, 2014
6.14 X 9.21 X 1.06 inches | 1.86 pounds
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