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Whilst environmental education, and more recently education for sustainable development are important trends, they are not sufficient to reorient and transform education as a wholeand. This Briefing critiques the prevailing managerial and mechanistic paradigm in education, and argues that an ecological view of educational theory, practice and policy is necessary to assist Whilst environmental education, and more recently education for sustainable development are important trends, they are not sufficient to reorient and transform education as a wholeand. This Briefing critiques the prevailing managerial and mechanistic paradigm in education, and argues that an ecological view of educational theory, practice and policy is necessary to assist the sustainability transition. The Briefing then shows how a systemic change of educational culture towards the realization of human potential and the interdependence of social, economic and ecological wellbeingcan lead to transformative learning.


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Whilst environmental education, and more recently education for sustainable development are important trends, they are not sufficient to reorient and transform education as a wholeand. This Briefing critiques the prevailing managerial and mechanistic paradigm in education, and argues that an ecological view of educational theory, practice and policy is necessary to assist Whilst environmental education, and more recently education for sustainable development are important trends, they are not sufficient to reorient and transform education as a wholeand. This Briefing critiques the prevailing managerial and mechanistic paradigm in education, and argues that an ecological view of educational theory, practice and policy is necessary to assist the sustainability transition. The Briefing then shows how a systemic change of educational culture towards the realization of human potential and the interdependence of social, economic and ecological wellbeingcan lead to transformative learning.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    I would be so excited to read this, and then I realize that Sterling is writing over 20 years ago about how education is overdue for a change, and how we are right on the edge of that change. And yet here we sit...20 years later and not much has changed. And yet his ideas are right on point. This will be key for my educational research going forward.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    This was the 6th and final book in my summer reading series about sustainability and education. This book helped me understand sustainable education far more than the other books, which were more focused on sustainability.

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