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Home Publications Journals Southern African Journal of Environmental Education Volume 25 (2008)

Southern African Journal of Environmental Education Volume 25 (2008)

EDITORIAL

Environmental Education and Educational Quality and Relevance. Opening the Debate 5
Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Rhodes University, South Africa PDF

 

FEATURE ARTICLES

Education for Sustainable Development: Knowledge and environment in South African schooling 13
Moraig Isobel Peden, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa PDF

Eco-Schools and the Quality of Education in South Africa: Realising the potential 25
Eureta Rosenberg, Rhodes University, South Africa PDF

Contextualising Formal Education for Improved Relevance: A case from the Rufiji wetlands, Tanzania 44
Rose Hogan, Rhodes University, South Africa PDF

What Selected Basic Schools in Western Zambia are Best At in Environmental and Sustainability Education 59
Charles M. Namafe, University of Zambia, Zambia PDF

Environmental Sustainability and Quality Education: Perspectives from a community living in a context of poverty 81
Overson Shumba, Copperbelt University, Zambia Raviro Kasembe & Cecilia Mukundu, University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Consolata Muzenda, Bondolfi Teachers College, Zimbabwe PDF

A Bernsteinian Analysis of the Integration of Natural Resource Management in the Curriculum of a Rural Disadvantaged School 98 
Yvonne Nsubuga, Rhodes University, South Africa PDF

Underlying Mechanisms Affecting Institutionalisation of Environmental Education Courses in Southern Africa 113
Justin Lupele, Rhodes University, South Africa PDF

Exploring Issues of Relevance and Quality in the Context of a University Programme 132
Mphemelang Joseph Ketlhoilwe, University of Botswana, Botswana Mago William Maila, University of South Africa, South Africa PDF

Sustainability Assessment Using a Unit-Based Sustainability Assessment Tool: The case of three teaching departments at Rhodes University, South Africa 149
Muchaiteyi Togo, Rhodes University, South Africa PDF

Promoting Stakeholder Participation in a Learning-Based Monitoring and Evaluation Framework 166
Jan van Ongevalle, Flemish Office for Development, Cooperation and Technical Assistance, Zimbabwe Huib Huyse, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium Steff Deprez, Vredeseilanden, Indonesia Peter van Petegem, University of Antwerp, Belgium Iris Jane-Mary Chimbodza, Belvedere Technical Teachers College, Harare, Zimbabwe PDF

 

VIEWPOINTS

Environmental Justice: Order-words and pass-words 184
Lesley le Grange, Stellenbosch University, South Africa PDF

Reading Conference Recommendations in a Wider Context of Social Change 191
Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Rhodes University, South Africa PDF

 

CONFERENCE RECOMMENDATIONS

Moving Forward From Ahmedabad … Environmental Education in the 21st Century: 4th International Conference on Environmental Education, Ahmedabad, India, 26–28 November 2007 199
UNESCO, UNEP and Government of India PDF

Mainstreaming Environment and Sustainability in African Universities. Partnership: Participants’ statement on the 1st International Conference, Nairobi, Kenya, 24–28 November 2008 208
UNEP PDF

 

GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS 212 PDF

BECOMING AN EEASA MEMBER 214 PDF

 


 

 

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