Description

What does effective ‘Environmental’ or ‘Sustainability Education’ look like? How does this link to best practice STEM education? 

Contributors

‘But don’t they teach that in geography?’
The state of environmental education in secondary schools in England explored by Dr. Melissa Glackin and Dr. Heather King, School of Education, Communication and Society, King’s College London.
 
Towards a convergence of science and environmental education to address wicked problems
Justin Dillon comments "Wicked problems have implications for teachers as well as for curriculum design at school level or beyond. Traditional ‘problem-solving’ approaches don’t work with these new challenges."
 
The ‘Naturehood’ of schools
Sarah Staunton-Lamb from EarthWatch looks at the decline of natural spaces and it's impact on children's learning.
 
Life on the water
Kulvinder Johal recounts a students trip invetigating how to live sustainably on a boat!
 
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