9 edition of Ecological identity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -224) and index.
|LC Classifications||GE195 .T48 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||94036471|
The goodness of rain: developing an ecological identity in young children. Redmond, WA: Exchange Press, Inc. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Pelo, Ann, and Robert Michael. Pyle. The Goodness of Rain: Developing an Ecological Identity in Young Children. Redmond, WA: Exchange Press, Inc. The Goodness of Rain: Developing an Ecological Identity in Young Children Ann Pelo (). Redmond, Washington: Exchange Press Inc., pages. $ USD (paperback). ISBN As I observed a magnificent sunset full of deep reds, oranges, yellows, and twilight blue, a sense of wonderment filled my being.
Call for Chapters: ECOCULTURAL IDENTITY (Due to editors: AUG ): Book Title: Ecocultural Identity Co-Editors: Tema Milstein (University of New Mexico) & José Castro-Sotomayor (University of New Mexico) This edited book will bring transdisciplinary cultural, discursive, spatial, political, and ecological lenses to a much overlooked yet profoundly important issue of. Ecological Identity in Education: Subverting the Neoliberal Self Lisa Kretz University of Evansville Abstract The neoliberal ideology that is hijacking educational institutions entails an atomistic, individualistic, and Western vision of self. Students are understood as competitive, economic, homogenous Size: KB.
Join us as Ayana and John explore topics of ecological identity, embodied wisdom, moving beyond the individual, the tenets of Deep Ecology, and the Rainforest Information Centre’s recent work in Ecuador with the Los Cedros Biological Reserve. Now is the time to confront the illusions of separation we have held on to for so long. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT. An Ecological Approach to Identity. e oucnre. A Hi h, m-Lai Jj ul at Ki k Jisr sorn, and Rand Ramadan Fh ai k. Youth constitutes a fl uid age category, generally referencing human development processes that pre-cede by: 2.
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Ecological Identity is probing, thoughtful, and profoundly evocative. Thomashow reminds us that environmentalism is much more than a set of practices; it is a way of being.
Developing, consciously cultivating, an ecological identity takes us on a path of self-knowledge and by: Ecological Identity is a pathbreaking and compelling work that sheds clear light on how we establish a stablem satisfying, and grounded identity.
This book is particularly important for teachers, educators, and psychologists—- those charged with helping the young to establish a thoughtful, informed, and competent sense of themselves in relation to the earth.
In this book he provides a clear and accessible guide to the learning experiences that accompany the construction of an "ecological identity": using the direct experience of nature as a framework for personal decisions, professional choices, political action, and spiritual inquiry/5(17).
The Routledge Handbook of Ecocultural Identity brings the ecological turn to sociocultural understandings of self. The editors introduce a broad, insightful assembly of original theory and research on planetary positionalities in flux in the Anthropocene – or what in this Handbook cultural ecologist David Abram presciently renames the Humilocene, a new “epoch of humility.”.
Ecological Identity: Finding Your Place in a Biological World provides a narrative framework allowing the reader to put the biology they learned in school into a meaningful : Timothy Goodwin. Ecological Identity covers the different types of environmental thought and activism (using John Muir, Henry David Thoreau, and Rachel Carson as environmental archetypes, but branching out into ecofeminism and bioregionalism), issues of personal property and consumption, political identity and citizenship, and integrating ecological identity work into environmental studies programs/5(2).
Thoughtfully written, and carefully capturing the wonder of his learners and their nurturing teacher "Ecological Identity" is a superb book. Although the prose can be a little slow at times, the arguments are cogently presented and the style is generally helpful and lucid/5.
To nurture ecological identity in young children, we invite them into relationship with the world beyond walls and with the creatures that live there. We invite them into ethical thinking anchored by the compassion that comes from caring and engaged relationships/5. To nurture ecological identity in young children, we invite them into relationship with the world beyond walls and with the creatures that live there.
We invite them into ethical thinking anchored by the compassion that comes from caring and engaged relationships. Ecological identity work is valuable for anyone choosing to engage with others on environmental topics, ideas, processes, action, teaching, or anyone wanting to get at a deeper personal understanding of their own environmental values.
“This article quotes the book The Goodness of Rain: Developing an Ecological Identity in Young Children by Ann Pelo” About Pacific Preschool & Kindergarten Pacific PreSchool & Kindergarten is one-of-a-kind preschool and child care center in San Marcos, California/5(14). The ecological self: A psychological perspective on anthropogenic environmental change 13 perceived as having less and less in common with humans.
The Judeo-Christian idea of God as the creator of the Universe and the distinguished position reserved for humans contributed to. Each chapter in the book includes learning activities, e.g.
the Sense of Place Map, a Community Network Map, and the Political Genogram, most of which can be carried out on an individual basis.
Another important contribution to the literature on ecological identity is Eco-psychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind. from our beliefs to take action. This is referred to as our ecological identity. The term ecological identity originally comes from the work of Mitchell Thomas in his book, Becoming a Reflective Environmentalist.
To express our identity each of us is going to make our own Ecological Identity tree. Directions: On a blank sheet of paper sketch a tree. Make sure your tree includes roots, leaves, branches and. Ann is the author of five books: The Goodness of Rain: Developing an Ecological Identity in Young Children (), Season by Season the Year Unfolds: A Guidebook for Developing an Intentional Culture in Early Childhood Programs (), Rethinking Early Childhood Education (), The Language of Art: Inquiry-based Studio Practices in Early Cited by: 4.
Thomashow presents ecological identity work in both practical and theoretical context. He provides anecdotes drawn from his own year experience and that of his students in a graduate course, Author: Caroline Pomeroy. ECOLOGICAL IDENTITY: BECOMING A REFLECTIVE ENVIRONMENTALIST is oriented toward praxis and personal experience rather than knowledge about the environment.
Florida - Garbage Art Festival Growing up connected to the natural world: 21st Century: I can say for a fact that my grandparents growing most of their food helped me develop a love of growing my own food by gardening. I would like to guide and empower others to take a leap.
Ecological Identity is a pathbreaking and compelling work that sheds clear light on how we establish a stablem satisfying, and grounded identity. This book is particularly important for teachers, educators, and psychologists ―- those charged with helping the young to establish a thoughtful, informed, and competent sense of themselves in /5(6).
The results provide solid evidence of the reliability and validity of the Ecological Identity Scale and the utility of the conceptual framework designed to support it. Furthermore, the findings demonstrate that ecological identity influences a wide range of environmental behaviors both directly and indirectly via worldviews and social by: 6.
Get this from a library! Ecological identity: becoming a reflective environmentalist. [Mitchell Thomashow] -- Annotation Mitchell Thomashow, a preeminent educator, shows how environmental studies can betaught from different perspective, one that is deeply informed by personal reflection.
Throughtheoretical. Orr (), in his book Ecological literacy: Education and the transition to a postmodern world, explains that place has become a nebulous term, and that human beings “to a great extent are de-placed people for whom our immediate places are no longer sources of food, water, livelihood, energy, materials, friends, recreation, or sacred inspiration” (p.
). To explore what this might mean for teachers and their role in guiding children to explore ecological identity I refer you to this recorded presentation of mine titled Educating for Ecological Identity. As always, if you appreciate this blog, I invite you to subscribe to and share this on social media.
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