Responsible education in a complex context of sustainable development: Co-creating a pedagogic framework for participatory reflection and action

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Cicmil, S.; Ecclestone, R.; Collins, K.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Greenleaf

The central premise of this chapter is to offer a conceptual framework for making sense of the sustainability agenda in an educational environment from multiple perspectives. The focus is on the complex interface between the global ecological crisis and economic growth.... View more
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