ECO-schools – trends and divergences A Comparative Study on ECO-school development processes in 13 countries

Et unikt studie af forskellige landes arbejde med udvikling af miljøundervisning og begyndende uddannelse for bæredygtig udvikling (UBU) og de tanker i hvert land, som man gør sig både med de praktiske muligheder, forståelsen af, hvad det handler om, og de reelle vilkår for at gennemføre intentionerne. Danmark er et af de lande, der belyses i denne internationale publikation.

Hent bogen ECO-schools – trends and divergences A Comparative Study on ECO-school development processes in 13 countries.

This comparative study reflects on information collected from 13 countries on implicit and
explicit criteria guiding ecoschool development processes inspired by Environmental
Education values and principles.

By analysing trends and divergences in national reports from Australia, Austria, Belgium
(Flemish Community), Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Korea, Norway,
Spain (Catalonia), and Sweden
– it focusses on issues such as:
• What vision of the future world is embedded in the eco-school Programmes?
• What images of the learning-teaching process emerge from the eco-school programmes?
• What are the images of school development and the role of ESD herein?
The book also explores evaluation and the use of quality criteria / quality indicators in
Environmental Education.

ECO-schools – trends and divergences
A Comparative Study on ECO-school development processes in 13 countries

Finn Mogensen and Michela Mayer (Authors & Eds.). Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Vienna, Austria

Funded by the European Commission in the frame of the EU-COMENIUS 3 network
“School Development through Environmental Education” (SEED)
Project number: 100530-CP1-2002-1-AT-COMENIUS-C3


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