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e-Book Place-Based Education: Connecting Classrooms Communities (New Patriotism Series, 4) download

by David Sobel

ISBN: 091309854X
ISBN13: 978-0913098547
Language: English
Publisher: Orion Society; 1st edition (February 15, 2006)
Pages: 105
Category: Schools and Teaching
Subategory: Learning

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Place-Based Education: Connecting Classrooms and Communities (Nature Literacy Series, Vol. 4) Paperback. David Sobel is a director of education at Antioch New England Graduate School.

Place-Based Education: Connecting Classrooms and Communities (Nature Literacy Series, Vol. Place-based Education: Connecting Classrooms & Communities, With Index Paperback. He is also the author of Beyond Ecophobia, Children's Special Places, and Mapmaking With Children. Series: New Patriotism Series, 4 (Book 4). Paperback: 96 pages.

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Place-based education, sometimes called pedagogy of place, place-based learning, experiential education, community-based education, education for sustainability, environmental education or more rarely, service learning, is an educational philosophy. The term was coined in the early 1990s by Laurie Lane-Zucker of The Orion Society and Dr. John Elder of Middlebury College. Orion's early work in the area of place-based education was funded by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.

Place-Based Education book. If Sobel wanted to make claims about the success of these new educational programs, and provide statistics related to those claims, he needed to at least need to give the reader enough information about the studies to show the fidelity of the data.

Place-Based Education uses the local community and environment as the starting place for curriculum learning . Bibliographic information.

Place-Based Education uses the local community and environment as the starting place for curriculum learning, strengthening community bonds, appreciation for the natural world, and a commitment to citizen engagement. Place-based Education: Connecting Classrooms & Communities Issue 4 of Nature literacy series New Patriotism Series, 4. Author.

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Place-Based Education: Connecting Classrooms & Communities (Notes from book compiled by Joan Chadde) By David Sobel Reconceptualizing Environmental Education Place-based education teaches about both the natural and built environment. The history, folk culture, social problems, economics, and aesthetics of the community and its environment are all on the agenda. New class is being taught at Antioch New England called Environmental Education in the Public Schools whose core objective is to have graduate students work with middle school teachers and students on using their community as an Outdoor Learning Laboratory (OLL).

Through academic research, practical examples, and step-by-step strategies drawn from classrooms throughout the United States, Sobel celebrates teachers who emphasize the connection of school, community, and environment. Place-Based Education uses the local community and environment as the starting place for curriculum learning, strengthening community bonds, appreciation for the natural world, and a commitment to citizen engagement.
Comments:
furious ox
Really Great book! This guy has pulled from PBL sources everywhere and made sense of it all! I definitely recommend!

Dishadel
It is an excellent resource to use in teacher’s training sessions.

Joony
Yes! The necessary future of education!

Arthunter
This should be happening in every public school instead of teaching to SBAC testing and taking away students' time outdoors!

Chi
Shared stories and an affection for the landscape around us is the glue that holds communities together. Knowledge gained from close interaction with real things you can touch, feel and see - gives learning more meaning.

This marvelous, evocatively written short book provides a blueprint for a new approach to education that transcends the narrow and politically polarizing environmentalism of the 70s-90s by focusing attention on something everyone can agree on - the fundamental human need for a sense of place. In the sciences, math, and particularly in the arts and humanities, the value of place-based education is clearly explored and explained.

Using local history as an entry point into American and world history makes kids motivated to learn and more engaged with their world. It also makes it concrete. Because many of the people and events that could be studied are barely mentioned in traditional texts, kids feel like they are discovering new things and are being let in on secret knowledge that they can participate in making, saving, shaping and recovering.

The author lays out the argument clearly explaining that "in an increasingly globalized world, there are often pressures for communities and regions to subordinate themselves to the dominant economic models and to devalue their local cultural identity, traditions, and history in preference to a flashily marketed homogeneity." Sobel argues that "schools . . . should play a central role in the .... propagation of enlightened localism" and observes that "in a youth culture shaped by the mall, an education that values local distinctiveness . . . stands as a patch of wildness amid a growing expanse of tarmac."

Whether this modest and emerging movement transforms education as we know it (it should), reading this book cannot fail to make anyone who loves community and wishes there was more of it - smile.

Velan
This book is a Must Read for all educators, especially those struggling to maintain a focus on "what's good for kids" in a time of High-Stakes Testing and pressure to raise the test scores of economically disadvantaged students. Environmental educators, in particular, will find geat encouragement and much-needed ammunition to persuasively argue for adopting a "place-based" approach in their local schools. Bravo!!

Clandratha
This must be one of the most important books on education that has come out in recent years. Beautifully rendered pedagogical background layered with examples of place-based education in action taken from city, suburban, and rural classrooms.
This book has huge heart and soul and it can and should transform education in the United States and elsewhere.

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