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Ecological Pedagogy of Joy

On Relations, Aliveness and Love

«An Ecological Pedagogy of Joy supports exploration of how ecological pedagogy lives in the world and, as such, carries tenets of life writing, Indigenous and literary métissage, and ecological notions of interweaving. Featuring contemporary research while inviting readers to consider the ancestries informing the work, it evidences how pedagogy can be understood as organized around relationality and living inquiry. Scholars and teachers of eco-sustainability, Indigenous and community-based research, and post/qualitative ways of knowing will find this a valuable resource." —Ellyn Lyle, Dean, Faculty of Education, Yorkville University»

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Forlag
Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
276
ISBN
9781636671673
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«An Ecological Pedagogy of Joy supports exploration of how ecological pedagogy lives in the world and, as such, carries tenets of life writing, Indigenous and literary métissage, and ecological notions of interweaving. Featuring contemporary research while inviting readers to consider the ancestries informing the work, it evidences how pedagogy can be understood as organized around relationality and living inquiry. Scholars and teachers of eco-sustainability, Indigenous and community-based research, and post/qualitative ways of knowing will find this a valuable resource." —Ellyn Lyle, Dean, Faculty of Education, Yorkville University»

«After many years of work, study, and community service, I have learned that the most important guidance that I can provide is to help human beings connect with the many gifts that exist in the place where they live. Guiding people to attend to such sacred ecology insights helps them understand more deeply the multiple and complex ways that we are all unified by what gives us life. This book is a beautiful recounting of this wisdom teaching and also a poignant reminder of the critical need to express gratefulness for these gifts as a fundamental part of what it means to live as a real human being." —Dwayne Donald, Professor & Tier 1 Canada Research Chair, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta»

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