Researching Environmental Learning

Mark Rickinson, Cecilia Lundholm, Nick Hopwood
  • January 2009, Springer Science + Business Media
  • DOI: 10.1007/978-90-481-2956-0_3

What is it about?

Having explored the nature and characteristics of environmental learning, in this chapter we move on to consider the ways in which researchers have sought to explore different aspects of this topic over recent years. We identify three contrasting research approaches within the literature (researching learners, measuring outcomes, exploring processes) and discuss recent work on students’ environmental learning experiences as one example of the third category. The chapter ends with a brief overview of what we know about learners and learning in environmental education within formal settings.

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