Volume 2016 no 2

Vol 2016 no 2

Issues in Childhood Education

Education for Tomorrow or Education for the Individual: What works for the future? Elspeth Stephenson, University of Tasmania

 

Environment

Aboriginal Title and Sustainable Development: A Case Study, Derek Allen, Professor Emeritus, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto
Sociomaterial Movement Learning in Evangelical Student Activism: A Case Study in Environmental Education, Sherrie Steiner, Assistant Professor, Sociology Department, Indiana University – Purdue University, Fort Wayne
Carbon-Efficiency Ranking of Materials Used in Buildings, Satish B. Mohan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Civil; Structural and Environmental Engineering State University of New York at Buffalo and Ian J. MacDonald, Ph.D., Assistant Manager, ReUse Action Inc. Buffalo
The Biblical and Ethical Basis for Ecological Sustainability: Tackling Population to Benefit Planetary Ecology and Reverse Climate Change Nola Stewart, Convenor, “Caring for the Creation Working Group,” Assembly of Confessing Congregations (ACC) within the Uniting Church of Australia (UCA)

 

Religion, Women and History

The Acquisition of Scientific Knowledge via Critical Thinking: A Philosophical Approach to Science Education, Dr. Isidoro Talavera, Philosophy Professor and Lead Faculty, Department of Humanities & Communication Arts, Franklin University, Ohio
Enhancing Consciousness with Cognitive Load Theory  Catherine Reavis, EdD, FNP-BC,  Professor, School of Nursing, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, Texas; Ann Pierce Arnett, United Methodist Diaconal Minister, ret, and Hilary Hinchcliffe, B.A. DIP ED. MBA. Macquarie University, Sydney Australia

 

Health, Aging and Nutrition

Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence among University Students: Situational and Gender Variables   Dawn Larsen, Professor, Department of Health Science, Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato, Minnesota and Samantha Wobschall, MS CHES, Outcomes Specialist at Riverfront, Inc., La Crosse, WI
From Mindfulness to Resilience: Two Contexts Mark Lussier, Department of English, CSRC Research Fellow, Barrett Honors Faculty, GIOS Senior Sustainability Faculty, Arizona State University and Alison C. Essary, DHSc, MHPE, PA-C, Director of Strategic Academic Initiatives, College of Health Solutions, Associate Director | Clinical Associate Professor, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Faculty, Barrett, the Honors College | Program Coordinator, Medical Studies, College of Health Solutions, Arizona State University
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