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env. ed. and multiculturality

  • Subject: [cg] env. ed. and multiculturality
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2001 00:31:31 -0400

Would someone like to provide info about multiculturalism and your garden to
this researcher? Her contact info is at bottom


----- Original Message -----
From: <aclarke4@is2.dal.ca>
To: <green_st@egroups.ca>
Sent: Monday, July 02, 2001 5:24 PM
Subject: [Green_St] env. ed. and multiculturality

Dear Colleagues,

I am a Greek Fulbright scholar (teaching env. ed. at the Univ. of the
Aegean) who works off Second Nature in Boston for the summer. My Turkish
colleague, Gunay Kocasoy, and I are  researching env. education or
education for sustainability projects / activities that also deal with
multiculturality  or promote cross cultural understanding and cooperation.
The aim of the research is to investigate the character and characteristics
of these programs, their methods, their theoretical underpinnings, their
difficulties, ways of dealing with them, evaluation, outcomes, successes,

The ultimate aim is to create an env. ed. program that will be implemented
in both Greece and Turkey. Thus, the lessons we will learn from the
aforementioned research will be very useful for us.

If you have a EE program which also deals with multicultural issues, we
would appreciate initial information (including any written materials) about
your programs.

In addition, would you know of other people / experts (within or outside
your institution) and/or env. ed. projects with multicultural dimensions -
cross-cultural understanding and cooperation, that would be useful for us to
contact (please, if possible, with contact information).

Thanking you in advance ,

Christina Marouli

Second Nature
99 Chauncy St.
Boston, MA 02111-1703
tel. 617-292-7771
fax. 617-292-0150

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