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A New Approach to Ecological Education

Engaging Students’ Imaginations in Their World

Gillian Judson

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List of Figures ................................................................................................ix Acknowledgments..........................................................................................xi Introduction: Re-imagining Ecological Education..........................................1 Part One: A Brief Overview of Current Approaches to Ecological Education ....................................................................................7 Chapter One: What Is Ecological Education?.................................................9 Chapter Two: Problems ................................................................................25 Part Two: A New Approach to Ecological Education—Engaging Students’ Emotions and Imaginations in Their World ...........................33 Chapter Three: What Is Imaginative Education? Principles and Purposes ....................................................................................................35 Chapter Four: What Is Imaginative Ecological Education?..........................65 Chapter Five: Problems and Possibilities......................................................97 Part Three: Lesson Planning Templates and Detailed Examples.........109 Chapter Six: Detailed Examples for Mythic Understanding.......................111 Chapter Seven: Detailed Examples for Romantic Understanding ..............133 Conclusion: Some Final Remarks and Suggestions....................................157 Appendix A: The Cognitive Toolkits..........................................................161 Appendix B: Brainstorming Charts.............................................................167 Bibliography ...............................................................................................171 Index ...........................................................................................................179

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