An Environmental Pedagogy of Care: Emotion, Relationships, and Experience in Higher Education Ethics Learning
Goralnik, Lissy, Millenbah, Kelly F., Nelson, Michael P., Thorp, Laurie, The Journal of Experiential Education
Field philosophy is interdisciplinary experiential environmental humanities learning. It grows from a community-focused conception of environmental ethics and place-based environmental education, and it aims to help students develop an awareness of the role of environmental ethics in environmental issues, as well as cultivate an empathetic environmental ethic that might enable them to participate in environmental problem solving. The emotional, cognitive, and physical relationships with people, place, and ideas at the core of field philosophy necessitate a pedagogy that attends to affective learning objectives and relationship building. A shared focus connects literature in experiential …
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Publication information: Article title: An Environmental Pedagogy of Care: Emotion, Relationships, and Experience in Higher Education Ethics Learning. Contributors: Goralnik, Lissy - Author, Millenbah, Kelly F. - Author, Nelson, Michael P. - Author, Thorp, Laurie - Author. Journal title: The Journal of Experiential Education. Volume: 35. Issue: 3 Publication date: January 1, 2012. Page number: 412+. © Association for Experiential Education 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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