The serious side of nature, outdoor learning & play International perspectives Research Intelligence issue 147 The special section in this issue looks beyond the dominant Eurocentric and...
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The global issues of climate change, protecting the environment, and ensuring equity and fairness for all continue to gain increasing prominence in everyday consciousness. The role of education to...Continue reading
Inspiring hope, igniting resilience: Pedagogies to build socio-ecological literacies & transform worldviews
My souvenir is two cups Full of creek water. I couldn’t take it with me So, I tipped it over my head, Re-baptised myself Because I’m going to be different From now on. (cited in Gray &...Continue reading
Our planet is currently undergoing a climate crisis, exacerbated by pollution, exploitation and anthropogenic activity (WWT, 2019). Education is a fundamental tool in helping to reduce further...Continue reading
Agreed in 2015 by the member states of the United Nations, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the primary international instrument ‘to end poverty in all its forms everywhere’....Continue reading
A series of blogs that explore how new initiatives in a number of countries are developing and delivering education for sustainable development, from the early years to higher education.
Little fish, big streams: Early in-class maths ‘ability’ groups, early teacher judgements & primary schoolchildren’s later maths self-concept
Maths self-concept is important, not only for children’s experiences within education but because it is strongly related to subject choice, attainment and adult careers (Hansen & Henderson,...Continue reading
Our research commission, recently announced by BERA, will bring teachers and young people together to co-produce a manifesto on education for environmental sustainability. The manifesto will...Continue reading
Education has become an increasingly important part of the international agenda to raise awareness of how we can support action to shape a more sustainable way of life (Rieckmann, 2012). Enshrined...Continue reading