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Intercambio #5 – Public Schools and the Ecological Crisis

This issue of Intercambio features articles from around the Americas about how public schools are helping writing a prospectus for a research paper students to understand and address the ecological crisis our planet.

Reports from around the America on how public schools are facing the global ecological crisis.

Reports from around the America on how public schools are facing the global ecological crisis.

This edition of the Intercambio magazine focuses one of the most relevant issues in the contribution
that education must provide to solve social problems. The environmental crisis, treated this way for not being a natural phenomenon but a result of a particular moment in human society that is living a systematic and multilateral crisis, places us in front of risks that were unimaginable in past centuries, which include threats to the existence of the human species itself.

INTERCAMBIO-5 Public schools and Ecological Crisis (Intercambio #5 in PDF format)

Table of Contents:

Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . …………………………..1

1 Environmental crisis and education [Edgar Isch – Ecuador] . . . . ……………………….2

2 collapse and the challenges [Nicolás Ibañez – Peru]…………………………5
3 Cotizenship and Eco-pedagogy: Proposals and experiences from secondary schools in Argentina.
[Ariel R. Canabal, Graciela Capodoglio, Claudio Spinzi – Argentina] …………………………….7
4 Pedagogical praxis in environmental..education in public schools in the municipality of Natal/RN, Brazil
[Antônio Lisboa Leitão de Souza, Magnus space order essay example José Barros Gonzaga – Brazil] . . . . …………………………..11
5 Education for sustainable..development in teacher training in Ecuador [Ángela Zambrano – Ecuador] . ………..14
6 Keeping the environment..in Ontario’s Education [Gary Fenn – Canada] . . …………………………17
7 Democratic project for education and culture: “for the holistic development of people and communities”
[Sección XVIII CNTE-SNTE, Mexico] . . . . . . ……………………………………. . ………….19
8 Teaching the environmental impactof pipelines and tar sands in K-12 classrooms. [Glen Hansman – Canada] . .21
9 The constructivist approach to creative..and significant learning in the field of Environmental Education
[Irene Artavia – Costa Rica] . . . . . . .23
10 Metodological alternatives to address the issue of forestthe issue of forest fragmentation in a public school in the rural
area of Alfenas, Minas Gerais [Ailton José Silveira de Carvalho, Túlio Ribeiral Pereira, Ana Carolina
de Oliveira Campos Gonzaga, Luciana Resende Allain – Brazil] . . . ———————————————————. . . .26

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