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Free-choice learning and the environment / edited by John H. Falk, Joe E. Heimlich, and Susan Foutz.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2009
Imprint:
Lanham, MD : Altamira, c2009.
Format:
  • Book
  • vii, 215 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-206) and index.
Contents:
  • Free-choice learning and the environment / Joe E. Heimlich and John H. Falk
  • Who is the free-choice environmental education learner? / John H. Falk and Joe E. Heimlich
  • Fostering empathy with wildlife : factors affecting free-choice learning for conservation concern and behavior / Olin E. Myers Jr., Carol D. Saunders, and Sarah M. Bexell
  • Behavior change theories and free-choice environmental learning / Nicole Ardoin
  • From mission to practice / Tim Merriman and Lisa Brochu
  • Tools of engagement : how education and other social strategies can engage people in conservation action / Judy Braus
  • How can participatory action research inform free-choice learning pedagogy and research in environmental education contexts? / Michael Brody
  • Environmental literacy through the lens of aquarium ocean literacy efforts / Jerry R. Schubel ... [et al.]
  • Free-choice environmental learning in practice : research to inform environmental education practice / Elaine Andrews
  • Future directions for research in free-choice environmental learning / Roy Ballantyne and Jan Packer
  • The federal government and free-choice learning / Janet Ady and Ginger Potter.
Contributor:
Falk, John H. (John Howard), 1948-
Heimlich, Joe E., 1957-
Foutz, Susan, 1979-
Series:
Learning innovations series.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780759111226
0759111227
9780759111233
0759111235
9780759113336
0759113335

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