An Integral Approach to Learning: Learning for Environments in Middle Schooling Teacher Education
Exploration of an integral framework for teaching and learning about, in and for environments, which uses the traditional curriculum areas as lenses.
||Education, Teacher Education, Environmental Education, Integral Philosophy
The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 6, pp.27-34.
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David Lloyd had many years experience as a secondary science and mathematics teacher before moving to the University of South Australia. He is currently a lecturer in the School of Education, Mawson Lakes Campus with primary responsibility for science and mathematics curriculum studies in the undergraduate program, Batchelor of Education (Primary & Middle), and a six course general study, Local and Global Environments. This general study takes a disciplinary and transdisciplinary approach to environmental issues and areas of current and intrinsic interest to students. He has a particular interest in futures education and the work of Ken Wilber and other integral thinkers.
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