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Ecological Education in Everyday Life Alpha 2000

Edited By: Jean-Paul Hautecoeur
263 pages, no illustrations
Ecological Education in Everyday Life
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  • Ecological Education in Everyday Life ISBN: 9780802084965 Paperback Jul 2002 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Access to successful basic adult education is a concern in many countries the world over. In this innovative study, sixteen researchers from ten different countries of the Western and Arab worlds 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. Education, they argue, is dependent on the transmission of knowledge and know-how within an environment appropriate to the students.

This interdisciplinary work is a follow-up to preceding works of research on literacy, published in the ALPHA series in Quebec and at UNESCO over the past twenty years. In their humanist, ecological vision of the world, the contributors aim to provide alternatives to neo-capitalist thinking, and improve lives and justice for all people on earth.

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Edited By: Jean-Paul Hautecoeur
263 pages, no illustrations
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