Learning Toward An Ecological Consciousness / Edition 1

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Overview

In their latest book, Edmund O'Sullivan and Marilyn Taylor highlight the pedagogical practices that foster transformation from our current way of thinking about our place in the world to an underlying ecological way of seeing and acting. Learning Towards Ecological Consciousness offers the reader a selection of transformative practices that demonstrate, in specific contexts, the complex jourbaney and contextual conditions that move us forward towards a deeper realization that we are part of the world around us, holding a greater promise for deeper ecological awareness. To this end, thirteen chapters offer a rich array of practices in diverse life settings—educational environments, communities and workplaces and personal relationships. Contributors and their material represent a range of cultures, work setting and professions. The aspect of O'Sullivan and Taylor's new book that distinguishes it from other books in the field is its exploration of how consciousness can be transformed through practices, experience and action.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781403963055
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 1/1/2004
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Meet the Author

Edmund O'Sullivan is with the Transformative Learning Centre at the Ontario Institute for Studies on Education (OISE), University of Toronto.

Marilyn M. Taylor is Associate of the Transformative Learning Centre at the University of Toronto, Professor Emeritus of Concordia University, Montreal, and co-founder of the Canadian Institute for Research and Education in Human Systems.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
• Glimpses of an Ecological Consciousness—Edmund V. O'Sullivan and Marilyn M. Taylor
Educational Ecologies and Embodied Knowledge
• Transformative Learning for Bioregional Citizenship—Laurent A. Parks Daloz
• Learning Ecology: Experiences from Social Ecology in Australia—Stuart Hill, Steve Wilson and Kevin Watson
• Leadership Education in a Socio-Ecological Perspective: Working at the Paradigmatic Interface—Don W. deGuerre and Marilyn M. Taylor
• The Ecology of Learning and Work: Learning for Transformative Work Practices—Marilyn Laiken
Learning through Engagement in the Life World * A Pueblo Story for Transformation—Gregory Cajete
• Midwifing Transformative Change
• Nurturing the Internal Flame: How Environmentalist Sustain their Commitment to Work—Jessica Kovan and John Dirkx
• A Transformation Model for Passion in the Workplace—Patricia Boverie and Michael Kroth
The Dynamic Relation of Personal Agency in Community Context * Personal and Social Transformation: A Complementary Process toward an Ecological Consciousness—Yuka Hashimoto
• Holding Flames: Women Illuminating Knowledge of s/Self Transformation—Eimear O'Neill
• From Intersubjective Therapy to Esprit Networking: Mapping a Social Process—Barbara Dewar and Sandra Campbell
• Fostering Ways-of-Giving within Communities—Valerie Petrie
• Transformative Rungs on Wisdom's Ladder—Merriam Bleyl and Patricia Boverie

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