Environmental Discourses in Science Education

Book Series
There are 3 volumes in this series
Published 2015 - 2018

About this series

This series wrestles with the tensions situated between environmental and science education and addresses the scholarly efforts to bring confluence to these two projects with the help of ecojustice philosophy. As ecojustice is one of the fastest emerging trends for evaluating science education policy, the topics addressed in this series can help guide pedagogical trends such as critical media literacy, citizen science, and activism. The series emphasizes ideological analysis, curriculum studies and research in science educational policy, where there is a need for recognizing the tensions between cultural and natural systems, the way language is endorsed within communities and associated influence, and morals and ethics embedded in school science. Conversations and new perspectives on residual issues within science education are likely to be addressed in nuanced ways when considering the significance of ecojustice, defensible environmentalism, free-choice. Book proposals for this series may be submitted to the Publishing Editor: Claudia Acuna E-mail: Claudia.Acuna@springer.com 
EDITORIAL BOARD  David Greenwood, Lakehead University, Canada Clayton Todd Pierce, Western Washington University, USA Giuliano Reis, University of Ottawa, Canada Mariona Espinet, University of Barcelona, Spain Caren Cooper, NC State University, USA Maria Rivera Maulucci, Barnard College, USA Michiel van Eijck, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands (1968 – 2014) Arthur Stewart, Oak Ridge Associated Universities, USA Elizabeth McKinley, University of Melbourne, Australia