Focuses on contemporary practices, trends, and issues in outdoor and environmental sustainability education in teacher education
Provides novel and inherently Canadian and Indigenous theoretical understandings, policy directions, and instructional approaches in ESE-TE
Situates Canadian ESE-TE in the context of international developments in ESE-TE
Literacy is a big part of teaching sciences, specifically Climate Change. Teaching with literature that helps with that teaching is crucial to begin to have an understanding of our role in fighting Climate Change.
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