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"RESEARCHING SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING IN INFORMAL CONTEXTUAL ENVIRONMENTS ALLOWS US TO EXPAND THEORIES ABOUT LEARNING"

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Paths Toward Hybridity between Equity and Field-Based Environmental Education for Novice Science Teachers

It has become increasingly critical that we no longer consider environmental and social justice issues separately. Well-researched examples of real-world paths toward hybridizing equity and field-based teaching in science education are rare, yet are especially important now, not only as we move towards anti-racist pedagogy, but also in response to the global pandemic and climate change. 

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Rebuilding Our Teams to Be Critically Conscious in Our Educational Work

It is never easy to realize that, despite good intentions, one’s efforts to be helpful may cause more harm. That is, in part, the reckoning the ISE field must address as we emerge from the global pandemic striving to do and be better. 

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Making, Materiality & Power

Engaging minoritized youth in making to produce 3D or digital artifacts using a range of material tools in makerspaces have been deemed promising in democratizing STEM education. 

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Symbiosis between EE and SE

Cognitive learning in ‘green’ education modules feeds its success from a host of predictor variables. In our present study, we focused on the relation between environmental attitude sets and fascination with biology and their impact on biodiversity-related learning 

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Learning from sustainability enactment grounded in Māori worldviews within education settings in Aotearoa New Zealand

Recent events have highlighted multiple crises of related to social justice, environmental sustainability, and the wider wellbeing of humanity. Education for sustainable development (ESD) has been a key plank of the United Nations’ endeavours towards social, cultural, economic, and ecological justice. 

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