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100 1  Hautecoeur, Jean-Paul 
245 10 Ecological Education in Everyday Life :|bALPHA 2000 
264  1 Toronto :|bUniversity of Toronto Press,|c2002 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    1 online resource (280 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Foreword -- Open Carriage -- 
       INTRODUCTION: Ecological Approaches in Basic Education -- 
       PART ONE: Shifting the Education Paradigm -- Ecological 
       Education in the Living Environment -- Abundance As a 
       Central Idea in Ecological Approaches in Education -- 
       Ecology and Basic Education among the Indigenous Peoples 
       of Canada -- From Reaching In to Reaching Out: El-Warsha 
       1987-1999 -- The Creation of Knowledge through 
       Environmental Education -- An Ecological Culture for 
       Teachers -- PART TWO: Stimulating Participation through 
       Social Action -- Education for Regional Sustainable 
       Development -- Environmental Adult Education in the Czech 
       Republic -- Literacy Practices in Local Activities: An 
       Ecological Approach -- Addressing Alexandria's 
       Environmental Problems -- The Campaign against the MAI in 
       Canada -- PART THREE: For Sustainable Endogenous 
       Development -- Sustainable Development Literacy in Central
       Appalachia -- Sustainable Community Development with Human
       Dimensions: The Basaisa Experience -- Revitalizing a 
       Depopulating Region in Hungary -- Agricultural Development
       and the Preservation of Indigenous Knowledge -- CLOSING 
       REMARKS: The Nuweiba Seminar -- Notes on Contributors 
520    Western and Arab researchers look at adult education, and 
       discuss how an ecological approach to education, focussing
       on the cultural traditions and natural environments of 
       communities, can be more useful than education in 
       specialized institutions 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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655  4 Electronic books 
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700 1  UNESCO, Institute for Education Staff 
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