Trends in environmental education – the interpretivist and critical approaches

  • Jan Činčera

Abstract

There are two directions in environmental education, one of which accentuates critical understanding and individual elaboration of the theme (interpretive stream) the second which emphasises partnership for formulating educational objectives within the framework of project training (critical stream).

Author Biography

Jan Činčera
Technical University Liberec

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Published
12. 12. 2006
How to Cite
Činčera, J. (2006). Trends in environmental education – the interpretivist and critical approaches. Envigogika, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.2
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