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Learning cycles: enriching ways of knowing place

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posted on 01.03.2021, 00:00 authored by S Wooltorton, Peta WhitePeta White, M Palmer, L Collard
We share a story about a katitjin bidi, a learning journey in a bioregion with a multimillennial Aboriginal history. As part of this katitjin bidi, three environmental educators implemented a place-based pedagogy called 'becoming family with place', while a fourth participated in the preplanning and final reflective stages. Our story includes cycles of ways of knowing, resulting in an enriched practice of being-with our place. Our story is underpinned by Aboriginal epistemologies to reimagine regenerative futures linked with those of 'the long now'-the past, present and future here now. Ours is a particular story that lives in a particular southwest place. There are layers of meanings that live right across the landscapes in the southwest of Australia- A nd many of them are hiding in full view. You might like to try this pedagogy in school learning, teacher education, and community education contexts.

History

Journal

Australian journal of environmental education

Volume

37

Issue

1

Pagination

1 - 18

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Location

Cambridge, Eng.

ISSN

0814-0626

eISSN

2049-775X

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal