Reviews: Education for sustainable development

4 reviews found for "Education for sustainable development"
Book review : Building a sustainable future : challenges for Initial Teacher Training
This is a book review of Building a sustainable future : challenges for Initial Teacher Training edited by Sally Inman and Maggie Rogers, published by the WWF-UK in 2006, ISBN 1858502195. It was reviewed by Anthony Pickford of the University of Chester on behalf of ESCalate. This book describes and reflects upon the 'Partners in Change' project carried out by three education departments in London. The project aimed to embed Education for...
Book review : Girls' education : a foundation for development
This is a book review of Girls' education : a foundation for development edited by Mihirinie Wijayawardene and published by the Commonwealth Foundation in 2008, ISBN 9780903850278. It was reviewed by Stephen Bigger of the University of Worcester on behalf of ESCalate. The Millennium Development Goals include one (no.3) to establish equity between girls and boys in primary and secondary education by 2005. This report features four commonwealth...
Book review : Green frontiers : environmental educators dancing away from mechanism
This a book review of Green frontiers : environmental educators dancing away from mechanism edited by James Gray-Donald and David Selby published by Sense in 2008, ISBN 9789087904630. It was reviewed by Andrea Wheeler of the University of Nottingham on behalf of ESCalate. The book is divided into five sections. Section One sets the scene and establishes the argument that drives the publication. Section Two addresses psychological perspectives and...
Book review : Sustainability education : perspectives and practice across higher education
This is a book review of Sustainability education : perspectives and practice across higher education edited By Paula Jones, David Selby and Stephen Sterling, published by Earthscan in 2010, ISBN 9781844078783. It was reviewed by Louise Pagden of the University of Reading on behalf of ESCalate. The book was largely written by academics at the Centre for Sustainable Futures (CSF) at the University of Plymouth. On the whole, it is a well researched...