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Sustainable Development Teaching : Ethical and Political Challenges

(Routledge Studies in Sustainability)

Van Poeck, Katrien (EDT)   stman, Leif (EDT)   hman, Johan (EDT)

Taylor & Francis 2019/05
245 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780815357537
KCN: 1034287228
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KDC: C311 教育思想・教育理論
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The aim of this book is to support and inspire teachers to contribute to much-needed processes of sustainable development and to develop teaching practices and professional identities that allow them to cope with the specificity of sustainability issues and, in particular, with the teaching challenges related to the ethical and political dimension of environmental and sustainability education. Bringing together recent scholarship on the topic, this book translates state-of-the-art academic research into teaching models, methods and tools. Starting with an outline of the challenge of sustainability, it offers insights and models for understanding the interesting yet ambiguous concept of 'sustainable development' and the complex process of transforming society in a more sustainable direction (Part I). It then goes on to provide a guide to preparing courses and lessons as well as tools for reflection about teaching practices and the multiplicity of approaches to addressing ethical and political challenges in sustainable development teaching (Part II). Finally, the book offers useful conceptual frameworks, models and typologies about the concrete design and implementation of sustainable development teaching (Part III). This book will be essential reading for students of education, as well as teachers in compulsory and higher education and sustainability education researchers.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Sustainable development teaching - ethical and political challenges Katrien Van Poeck, Leif OEstman and Johan OEhman PART I: Education and the challenge of building a more sustainable world 1. Four misunderstandings about sustainability and transitions Thomas Block and Erik Paredis 2. Tackling wicked problems in teaching and learning. Sustainability issues as knowledge, ethical and political challenges Thomas Block, Katrien Van Poeck and Leif OEstman 3. Principles for sustainable development teaching Leif OEstman, Katrien Van Poeck and Johan OEhman PART II: Choosing teaching content and approaches 4. Sustainable development teaching in view of qualification, socialisation and person-formation Katrien Van Poeck and Leif OEstman 5. Different teaching traditions in environmental and sustainability education Johan OEhman and Leif OEstman 6. The ethical tendency typology: Ethical and moral situations in environmental and sustainability education Johan OEhman and Leif OEstman 7. A pragmatist perspective on value education Johan OEhman and David O. Kronlid 8. The political tendency typology: Different ways in which the political dimension of sustainability issues appears in educational practice Michael Hakansson, Katrien Van Poeck and Leif OEstman 9. Deliberation and agonism: Two different approaches to the political dimension of environmental and sustainability education Asgeir Tryggvason and Johan OEhman PART III: Designing and implementing teaching and learning practices 10. A transactional theory on sustainability learning Leif OEstman, Katrien Van Poeck and Johan OEhman 11. A transactional theory on sustainability teaching: Teacher moves Leif OEstman, Katrien Van Poeck and Johan OEhman 12. Ethical moves: How teachers can open-up a space for articulating moral reactions and deliberating on ethical opinions regarding sustainability issues Katrien Van Poeck, Leif OEstman and Johan OEhman 13. Political moves: How teachers can open-up for and handle poignant experiences of the conflictual aspects of sustainability issues Katrien Van Poeck and Leif OEstman 14. Classroom discussions: Students' learning in argumentation about ethical and political aspects of sustainability issues Karin Rudsberg and Johan OEhman 15. Power and governance in environmental and sustainability education practice Marie OEhman and Johan OEhman 16. Teaching as a matter of staging encounters with literary texts in environmental and sustainability education Petra Hansson 17. Taking-up ethical global issues in the classroom Louise Sund and Karen Pashby 18. Students as political subjects in discourses on sustainable development - a glimpse from Sarah's classroom Iann Lundegard 19. Embodied experiences of 'decision-making' in face of uncertain and complex sustainability issues Pernilla Andersson 20. Political emotions in environmental and sustainability education Asgeir Tryggvason and Andreas Mardh