Applied Environmental Education and Communication
Taylor & Francis
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Pedagogy informed by environmental communication can enhance collaboration within and outside the classroom. Through our collaborative, sustainability-focused work within the United States and internationally, we identified core capacities that prepare people to work together to form inclusive organizations and identify and respond to pressing socioecological problems.We describe six activities we have used in adult learner classrooms, on interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research teams, and with organizational, governmental, and business partners to improve collaborations for sustainability-related problem solving. We conclude with a reflection on opportunities for situated assessment practices.
McGreavy, Bridie; Gottschalk Druschke, Caroline; Sprain, Leah; Thompson, Jessica L.; and Lindenfeld, Laura A., "Environmental Communication Pedagogy for Sustainability: Developing Core Capacities to Engage with Complex Problems" (2016). Publications. 98.
McGreavy, B., Druschke, C. G., Sprain, L., Thompson, J. L., & Lindenfeld, L. A. (2016). Environmental communication pedagogy for sustainability: Developing core capacities to engage with complex problems. Applied Environmental Education & Communication. http://doi.org/10.1080/1533015X.2016.1181018
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