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Educating for Eco-Justice and Community
Reading, writing, arithmetic - and eco-justice; We believe in social justice. We support educational reform. Yet unless we reframe our approaches to both, says C. A. Bowers, the social justiceExpand
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Toward an Eco-justice Pedagogy
This paper will address three issues: (1) the nature and importance of an eco-justice pedagogy; (2) how an eco-justice pedagogy differs from the recommendations of critical pedagogy theorists whoExpand
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Let Them Eat Data: How Computers Affect Education, Cultural Diversity, and the Prospects of Ecological Sustainability
From the Publisher: Do computers foster cultural diversity? Ecological sustainability? In our age of high-tech euphoria we seem content to leave tough questions like these to the experts. ThatExpand
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The False Promises of Constructivist Theories of Learning: A Global and Ecological Critique
In The False Promises of Constructivist Theories of Learning: A Global and Ecological Critique, C. A. Bowers examines why constructivist-based educational reforms fail to take into account theseExpand
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It is not how much you have but how you use it: toward a rational use of simulation to support aviation training.
One of the most remarkable changes in aviation training over the past few decades is the use of simulation. The capabilities now offered by simulation have created unlimited opportunities forExpand
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Why a critical pedagogy of place is an oxymoron
Given the growing environmental awareness, educators – especially in science and environmental education – need to avoid embracing a ‘critical pedagogy of place’. Why conflating critical pedagogyExpand
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