Teaching for EcoJustice is a unique resource for exploring the social roots of environmental problems in humanities-based educational settings and a curriculum guidebook for putting EcoJustice Education into practice. It provides model curriculum materials that apply the principles of EcoJustice Education, giving pre- and in-service teachers the ability to review examples of specific secondary and post-secondary classroom assignments, lessons, discussion prompts, and strategies that encourage students to think critically about how modern problems of sustainability and environmental destruction have developed, their root causes, and how they can be addressed. The author describes instructional methods she uses when teaching each lesson and shares insights from evaluations of the materials in her classroom and by other teachers. Interspersed between lessons is commentary about the rationale behind the materials and observations about their effect on students.Rebuilding the Foodshed: How to Create Local, Sustainable, and Secure Food Systems. White River Junction ... Accessed August 29. www.ecoliteracy.org/ essays/pleasures-eating. Bowen, Kevin. 2001. ... Food, Inc. Documentary. Magnoliaanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching for EcoJustice|
|Author||:||Rita J. Turner|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-05-22|