Studies on a socio‐ecological approach to environmental education: a contribution to a critical position in the education for sustainable development discourse

@article{Kyburzgraber2006StudiesOA,
  title={Studies on a socio‐ecological approach to environmental education: a contribution to a critical position in the education for sustainable development discourse},
  author={Regula Kyburz-graber and Kurt Hofer and Balz Wolfensberger},
  journal={Environmental Education Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={101 - 114}
}
This article outlines a critical position in relation to education for sustainable development referring to a socio‐ecological approach to environmental education. This approach was developed in a cooperative research process with pre‐academic secondary schools over several years in Switzerland. For 13 years our research group has been the one in Switzerland to systematically research curriculum and professional development in environmental education in secondary schools. The group was… 
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