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The Resource Animals in environmental education : interdisciplinary approaches to curriculum and pedagogy, editors, Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Valerie S. Banschbach

Animals in environmental education : interdisciplinary approaches to curriculum and pedagogy, editors, Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Valerie S. Banschbach

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Animals in environmental education : interdisciplinary approaches to curriculum and pedagogy
Title
Animals in environmental education
Title remainder
interdisciplinary approaches to curriculum and pedagogy
Statement of responsibility
editors, Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Valerie S. Banschbach
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Subject
Language
eng
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Dewey number
179.3
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Lloro-Bidart, Teresa,
  • Banschbach, Valerie S.,
Series statement
Palgrave studies in education and the environment
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  • Environmental education
  • Animal welfare
  • Human-animal relationships
  • Animals
Label
Animals in environmental education : interdisciplinary approaches to curriculum and pedagogy, editors, Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Valerie S. Banschbach
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction to Animals in Environmental Education: Whither Interdisciplinarity?; Introduction; Animal Subjecthood; Politicizing Animals and Educational Contexts; Whither Interdisciplinarity in Animal-Focused Education? Reimagining Curriculum and Pedagogy; Intersectional Perspectives; Posthumanism; Arts-Based Approaches; Interdisciplinary Conversations in Formal and Non-formal Education; References; Part I: Intersectional Perspectives
  • Chapter 2: What Can an Animal Liberation Perspective Contribute to Environmental Education?The Rise of the Animal Question; Contributions to Environmental Education Praxis; Confronting Speciesism; Challenging Anthropocentric Humanism; The Choices on Our Plates; Environmental Education for a More Humane Future; References; Chapter 3: An Intersectional Approach to Teaching and Learning About Humans and Other Animals in Educational Contexts; Introduction; Inspirations; The Course; Reflections; Online Learning; The Hidden Curriculum and Intersectional Analyses
  • The Emotional Dimensions of LearningConclusion; References; Chapter 4: Intersectional and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Interspecies Food Justice Pedagogies; Introduction; Theoretical Framing; Feminist Posthumanist Intersectionality; Toward an Interspecies Food Justice Education; "Classroom" and Research Context; Intersectional Learning; Shelly; Lisa; Implications: Making Visible the Invisible; Limitations and Further Research; References; Part II: Posthumanism; Chapter 5: Mutual Becomings? In Search of an Ethical Pedagogic Space in Human-Horse Relationships
  • Introduction: Human-Horse NatureculturesPosthumanist Musings on Human-Animal Relationships and Education; Becoming Horse; Posthumanist Education and the Ethics of Becoming; Deterritorialization and Mutual Becoming; Autoethnography; Zooanthropology; Afterword: Rewilded Space for Mutual Becoming; References; Chapter 6: Co-mingling Kin: Exploring Histories of Uneasy Human-Animal Relations as Sites for Ecological Posthumanist Pedagogies; Thinking Through Kin on a Damaged Planet; Being Animal, Sensing Bodies; Dog-Possum-Human Bodies; Conclusions; References
  • Chapter 7: Attending to Nonhuman Animals in Pedagogical Relationships and EncountersThe Myriad Pedagogical Contexts of Human-Animal Interactions; Educating with "Ambassador" Animals; Intentionality and the Limits of Interspecies Encounters; Dissection and the Study of (Dead) Animal Bodies; A Spectrum of Other-than-Human Animals' Pedagogical Participation; Toward Pedagogically Reflexive Interspecies Encounters; References; Part III: Arts-Based Approaches; Chapter 8: The Call of Wild Stories: Crossing Epistemological Borders with Narrative Fiction; A Wild Story; Beginnings; Awakening to Fiction
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on1081038192
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9783319984797
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SpringerLink
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(OCoLC)1081038192
Label
Animals in environmental education : interdisciplinary approaches to curriculum and pedagogy, editors, Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Valerie S. Banschbach
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction to Animals in Environmental Education: Whither Interdisciplinarity?; Introduction; Animal Subjecthood; Politicizing Animals and Educational Contexts; Whither Interdisciplinarity in Animal-Focused Education? Reimagining Curriculum and Pedagogy; Intersectional Perspectives; Posthumanism; Arts-Based Approaches; Interdisciplinary Conversations in Formal and Non-formal Education; References; Part I: Intersectional Perspectives
  • Chapter 2: What Can an Animal Liberation Perspective Contribute to Environmental Education?The Rise of the Animal Question; Contributions to Environmental Education Praxis; Confronting Speciesism; Challenging Anthropocentric Humanism; The Choices on Our Plates; Environmental Education for a More Humane Future; References; Chapter 3: An Intersectional Approach to Teaching and Learning About Humans and Other Animals in Educational Contexts; Introduction; Inspirations; The Course; Reflections; Online Learning; The Hidden Curriculum and Intersectional Analyses
  • The Emotional Dimensions of LearningConclusion; References; Chapter 4: Intersectional and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Interspecies Food Justice Pedagogies; Introduction; Theoretical Framing; Feminist Posthumanist Intersectionality; Toward an Interspecies Food Justice Education; "Classroom" and Research Context; Intersectional Learning; Shelly; Lisa; Implications: Making Visible the Invisible; Limitations and Further Research; References; Part II: Posthumanism; Chapter 5: Mutual Becomings? In Search of an Ethical Pedagogic Space in Human-Horse Relationships
  • Introduction: Human-Horse NatureculturesPosthumanist Musings on Human-Animal Relationships and Education; Becoming Horse; Posthumanist Education and the Ethics of Becoming; Deterritorialization and Mutual Becoming; Autoethnography; Zooanthropology; Afterword: Rewilded Space for Mutual Becoming; References; Chapter 6: Co-mingling Kin: Exploring Histories of Uneasy Human-Animal Relations as Sites for Ecological Posthumanist Pedagogies; Thinking Through Kin on a Damaged Planet; Being Animal, Sensing Bodies; Dog-Possum-Human Bodies; Conclusions; References
  • Chapter 7: Attending to Nonhuman Animals in Pedagogical Relationships and EncountersThe Myriad Pedagogical Contexts of Human-Animal Interactions; Educating with "Ambassador" Animals; Intentionality and the Limits of Interspecies Encounters; Dissection and the Study of (Dead) Animal Bodies; A Spectrum of Other-than-Human Animals' Pedagogical Participation; Toward Pedagogically Reflexive Interspecies Encounters; References; Part III: Arts-Based Approaches; Chapter 8: The Call of Wild Stories: Crossing Epistemological Borders with Narrative Fiction; A Wild Story; Beginnings; Awakening to Fiction
Control code
on1081038192
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319984797
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1081038192

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