Corpus ID: 220921207

Living (Ek)statically: Educating-within-place and the Ecological Imagination

  title={Living (Ek)statically: Educating-within-place and the Ecological Imagination},
  author={J. Kentel and D. Karrow},
  journal={Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies},
  • J. Kentel, D. Karrow
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies
  • This paper explores the concept of educating-within-place, existentially derived through a series of immediate and direct experiences within several old growth forests in southern Ontario, and how this might inform notions of the ecological imagination. Our ruminations are guided by several ongoing research endeavours, some existential, others empirical. We take pause in order to examine what we have been doing in the field of Canadian curriculum studies whilst grasping towards a broadened… CONTINUE READING
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