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    • Culinary Sustainability Education: A Culinary Education as Sustainability 

      Lewis, Branden J. (School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2020-05)
      Critics have observed that modern culinary education still adheres to the traditions that emerged during the feudal era as well as the modernist values of power, hierarchy, reductionism, and dualist worldviews. More ...
    • Year 1: Pollinating My Doctoral Journey 

      Wilson, Shari L. (2020-05-12)
      Biodiversity is decreasing around the world. An international network for teachers and students to utilize in growing biodiverse schoolyards would make much more habitat available. Questions to ask include: How can schoolyards ...
    • Deborah Chabi First Year Experience Concept Poster 6/2020 

      Chabi, Deborah (2020-06)
      This poster is a visual representation of some of the information I have learned in my transformative learning experience as a Doctoral Student in Educational Sustainability my first year. As a seasoned educator, mother, ...
    • Educational Sustainability: First Year Transformative Learning Experience of Ed.D Program 

      Huang, Katherine (2020-06)
      This concept poster depicts my 1st year Transformative learning experience as a Ed.D Educational Sustainability student. This poster documents the pivotal theories in sustainability and the urgency of agents of change in ...
    • Ed. D. in Educational Sustainability First Year Experience Concept Poster 

      Reichertz Goetsch, Amanda (2020-06)
      This concept poster is a visual representation of my experience through year one of the Ed. D. in Educational Sustainability program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. My journey began in the summer of 2019 at ...
    • My Life - My Story - My First Year as a Doctoral Student 

      Young, Debbie (2020-06)
      This document is my first-year concept poster within a sustainability context. It contains a Learning-Journey Timeline describing who I am and what I have accomplished thus far in the program, using a timeline that depicts ...
    • Educational Contexts Reimagined 

      Goldberg, Sara J. (2020-06)
      Formal and informal educational contexts have the unique position of either perpetuating the status quo or pushing through boundaries that address the complexities of today in order to sustain tomorrow. In order to reimagine ...
    • Attending to Transformation 

      John, Rebecca (2020-06)
      “Transformative learning is not a linear process, yet there is some progression to it, perhaps spiral-like” (Cranton, 2000). This concept poster represents my “spiral-like” educational sustainability learning journey over ...
    • Schoolyard Biodiversity Exchange (SBE): Student Scientists Data Network for Schoolyard Global Biodiversity Habitats 

      Wilson, Shari L. (Ecological Society of America Annual Conference, 2020-08)
      Imagine what could happen if students acting as citizen scientists interacted with others around the world, sharing data and designing biodiversity projects. Then imagine how many species could be supported if school grounds ...
    • Sustainability Literacy Competencies in Coursework for Preservice Teacher Preparation 

      Potter-Nelson, Elizabeth M. (School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2020-08)
      The purpose of this study was to identify the prevalence of four categories of sustainability literacy competencies; sustainability knowledge; systems thinking; social justice; and futures thinking, throughout coursework ...
    • Ojibwe culture & knowledge of climate change in fourth-grade curricula in Wisconsin public elementary schools 

      Aprill, Michael L. (School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2020-08)
      The first purpose of this study was to provide recommendations for educators to update their fourth-grade social-studies and science curricula by including more accurate and thorough representation of Ojibwe knowledge ...
    • A Data-Driven Triple-Bottom-Line Sustainable Balanced-Reporting Framework for Small Municipalities 

      DeDeker, Daryl J. (School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2020-12)
      This study focused on cities in the United States with a population maximum of 75,000. The first phase consisted of a qualitative study of current reporting frameworks to identify the current landscape of sustainability ...
    • Information Architecture: Concepts for an Eco-Language of Mind, Matter, & Media 

      Kadoch, Aaron William (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, School of Education, 2020-12-12)
      Information is complex, multi-dimensional, interdisciplinary, and systemic. Language systems can be perceptually fragmented, negatively impacting environmental performance within critical resource management systems including ...
    • Citizen Action and Environmental Law in the U.S. 

      Wilson, Shari L. (America House Kyiv, 2021-06-08)
      Did you know that rivers in the United States used to catch on fire as a result of pollution? Thanks to the work of passionate eco-activists and researchers across generations, we now know the how’s and why’s of cause, ...