Teaching sustainability, teaching sustainably /

Over the coming decades, every academic discipline will have to respond to the paradigm of more sustainable life practices because students will be living in a world challenged by competition for resources and climate change, and will demand that every academic discipline demonstrate substantial and...

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Other Authors: Bartels, Kirsten Allen, 1968-, Parker, Kelly A., 1963-
Format: eBook
Published: Sterling, Va. : Stylus Pub., [2012]
Description:1 online resource (ix, 284 pages) : illustrations
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Sustainability in higher education / Kelly A. Parker
  • Sustainability for everyone: trespassing disciplinary boundaries / Douglas Klahr
  • Sustainability as a core issue in diversity and critical thinking education / Danielle Lake
  • Sustainable happiness and education: educating teachers and students in the 21st century / Catherine O'Brien
  • A Christian contribution to sustainability / Chris Doran
  • The hungry text: toward a sustainable literary food pedagogy / Tom Hertweck and Kyle Bladow
  • The rhetoric of sustainability: ecocomposition and environmental pragmatism / Kimberly R. Moekle
  • Writing banana republics and guano bonanzas: consumerism and globalization in the composition classroom / George English Brooks
  • Sustainably growing farmers of the future: undergraduate curriculum in sustainable agriculture at the University of Kentucky / Keiko Tanaka [and others]
  • Using a multilevel approach to teach sustainability to undergraduates / Stacey A. Hawkey, Valdeen Nelsen, and Bruce I. Dvorak
  • Growing sustainability in health-care management education / Carrie R. Rich, J. Knox Singleton, and Seema Wadhwa
  • Teaching ecotourism in the backyard of Waikiki, Hawai'i / John Cusick
  • Who will teach the teachers?: Reorienting teacher education for the values of sustainability / Patrick Howard
  • E-portfolios in a liberal studies program: an experiment in sustainability / P. Sven Arvidson
  • The paperless classroom / Justin Pettibone and Kirsten Allen Bartels
  • Communicating sustainability: teaching sustainable media practice / Alex Lockwood, Caroline Mitchell, and Evi Karathanasopoulou
  • Roadblocks to applied sustainability / Bart A. Bartels
  • Teaching sustainability leadership / Courtney Quinn and Gina Matkin
  • Teaching sustainability to future museum professionals / Sarah S. Brophy
  • Escaping the structural trap of sustainability in academia through global learning environments / Tamara Savelyeva
  • Making sustainability a core value / Christine Drewel.