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Fleury Hélène (2008). The Lake Kathlyn Elementary School ecoliteracy program : Shifting school culture? Canada : Royal Road University, Environmental education. 116 p. En ligne : < ... _dat=xri:pqdiss:MR46776>. 
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Resource type: Thesis/Dissertation
BibTeX citation key: Fleury2008
Categories: General
Keywords: EEDD
Creators: Fleury
Publisher: Royal Road University (Canada)
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Drawing on theory and literature from environmental education, this case study explores the impacts of a school-wide focus on "ecoliteracy" in a northern British Columbia school community. I examine the lived experiences and reflections of the community on the changes that have occurred since the adoption of the new ecoliteracy goal. A variety of changes in the school community's behaviour are noted. As well, there is an apparent increase in ecological intelligence in the students and teaching staff. The relationship of these positive changes to the implementation of the strategies to achieve the ecoliteracy goal is examined from a theoretical perspective. Diverse methods and strengths came together to help change environmental behaviours and increase ecological intelligence at Lake Kathlyn Elementary School. Recommendations are offered to the school and board of education to increase the impact of the ecoliteracy program on the school community for the 2008-2009 school year and beyond.
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