Innovations in Networked Learning for the Environment



This collection presents core concepts and case examples of ways in which networked learning provide opportunities to support resilience, environmental education, and social change. An original conference session was to present and discuss topics relating to the challenges of scaling environmental education. These items represent a source for examining scale and related questions, with a focus on networks to aid understanding and foster innovation.

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PDF icon Transforming with a Soft Touch: Comparing Four Learning Networks88.5 KB
File Transformative Learning Networks: Insights from Four Case Studies3.37 MB
PDF icon Bridging an intergovernmental agreement on climate change with the Convention on the Rights of the Child847.87 KB
PDF icon Toward Multicultural Environmental Education: The Case of the Arab and Ultraorthodox Sectors in Israel187.62 KB
PDF icon Towards a Political Ecology of Education: The educational politics of scale in southern Pará, Brazil365.03 KB