The OECD-ENSI project and its relevance for teacher training concepts in environmental education

Kyburz-Graber, Regula and Robottom, Ian 2006, The OECD-ENSI project and its relevance for teacher training concepts in environmental education, in Reflective practice in teacher education : learning from case studies of environmental education, P. Lang, Bern, Switzerland, pp.309-333.

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Title The OECD-ENSI project and its relevance for teacher training concepts in environmental education
Author(s) Kyburz-Graber, Regula
Robottom, Ian
Title of book Reflective practice in teacher education : learning from case studies of environmental education
Editor(s) Kyburz-Graber, Regula
Hart, Paul
Posch, Peter
Robottom, Ian
Publication date 2006
Chapter number 14
Total chapters 15
Start page 309
End page 333
Total pages 25
Publisher P. Lang
Place of Publication Bern, Switzerland
Summary This article presents an account of the Environment and School Initiatives (ENSI) project. The philosophical basis of the project is outlined, and case studies from within the project provided as a basis for a consideration of some current issues in the field. It is concluded that one of the distinctive features of the ENSI project is its encouragement of praxiological, action research-based to curriculum and professional development. The case studies of suggest that some of the more conventionally prescribed charcteristics such as agreed sets of goals and professional competencies might need to be revisited.
ISBN 3039108689
9783039108688
Language eng
Field of Research 130212 Science, Technology and Engineering Curriculum and Pedagogy
Socio Economic Objective 970105 Expanding Knowledge in the Environmental Sciences
HERDC Research category B2 Book chapter in non-commercially published book
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30010933

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