Econnection in Early Childhood: Synergies in Inquiry Arts Pedagogies and Experiential Nature Education

Ward, K. 2017 Econnection in Early Childhood Education-Synergies in Inquiry Arts Pedagogies and Experiential Nature Education

 This research report is now available and combines the perspectives from early childhood educators, academics, artists and community sustainability practitioners around the world about their arts-based pedagogies and education for sustainability practice. Their perspectives form a the basis for a pedagogical tool for use in early childhood settings that include a series of Principles, Reflections for Econnection Pedagogies and Practices. This pedagogical tool was trialled in early childhood settings in Sydney Australia and in Lincoln Nebraska. The outcomes of the research highlight the important role of the arts in incorporating sustainability education into the early childhood program.

 

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1 Response to Econnection in Early Childhood: Synergies in Inquiry Arts Pedagogies and Experiential Nature Education

  1. Elizabeth Wheelahan says:

    Looks stunning Kumara!

    You should get a heap of mileage from that – so much work!

    Lots of love

    Leesa

    Leesa Wheelahan

    Sent from my iPad

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