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New book

Key new book on Sustainability Education to be published in April.

ANGEL members will be interested to read a major new book on this important topic from ANGEL members Steve Rawlinson and Stephen Scoffham, which is due to be published next month.

Entitled Sustainability Education: A Classroom Guide, the book considers both the theory and practice of sustainability education. There are discussion questions throughout the book and nearly 200 teaching ideas from contributing authors around the world. The authors are keen to highlight the conceptual framework which draws together different disciplines and focuses on progression – something which is often lacking in books of this kind. 

The Bloombury website states that the book: "provides an accessible, in-depth guide and critique of sustainability education for school and university students, teachers, curriculum makers and school governors working around the world with children aged 3- to 14-years old. Informed by research findings and learning theory, it provides a progressive framework for sustainability education spanning all subject areas and applicable in a wide range of settings."

The book is retailing at £19.99 but can be purchased for £15.99 with the promotional codes at the bottom of this page.

Visit the Bloomsbury Academic website to find further details and reviews. You will also be able to access an extensive companion website which is currently under construction.

 

Discount codes

UK and Rest of World: GLR A6AUK
Americas: GLR A6AUS
Canada: GLR A6ACA
Australia and New Zealand: GLR A6AAU

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