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Ecological mindfulness and cross-hybrid learning: a special issue

Michael P. Mueller & David A. Greenwood

Place, mobility, and faculty life: mindfulness and learning through change

David A. Greenwood

From where we came

Arthur J. Stewart


Ecological mindfulness, spirituality, and life-long (hybrid, dialogical) learning: a tribute to Michiel van Eijck

Wolff-Michael Roth

Sciences for the red zones of neoliberalism

Matthew Weinstein

Thinking and meddling with boundaries: Critical reflections on Matthew Weinstein's narrative of street medics, red-zones and glop

Steve Alsop

Facing the grand challenges through heuristics and mindfulness

Malgorzata Powietrzynska, Kenneth Tobin & Konstantinos Alexakos

Learning about a fish from an ANT: actor network theory and science education in the postgenomic era

Clayton Pierce

Alaskan Salmon and Gen R: hunting, fishing to cultivate ecological mindfulness

Michael P. Mueller

Place and culture-based professional development: cross-hybrid learning and the construction of ecological mindfulness

Pauline W. U. Chinn

Peace with the earth: animism and contemplative ways

Heesoon Bai

Self-willed learning: experiments in wild pedagogy

Bob Jickling

Visioning the Centre for Place and Sustainability Studies through an embodied aesthetic wholeness

Pauline Sameshima & David A. Greenwood

Our friendship gardens: healing our mother, ourselves

Madhu Suri Prakash

Walking with Madhu: healing ped/agogy

T. Francene Watson

Strengthening ecological mindfulness through hybrid learning in vital coalitions

Jifke Sol & Arjen E. J. Wals

Synesthesia and the phenomenological experience: implications for ecological mindfulness and beginning scholars in science education

Rachel A. Luther

Book Review

Practicing finding the spaces available within the educational situation—an essay review of John Dewey and education outdoors: making sense of the 'educational situation' through more than a century of progressive reform

Molly Noelle Ware

The educational situation in Utopia: why what is, is

Jayson Seaman & John Quay

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