Time Honoured

Mora Campbell, Peter Timmerman


The vast majority of literature and practices in environmental education
focuses on places and spaces. Little attention has been paid to time and
temporalities as elements of environments, and the ways in which how we
experience time affects our experience of place. This paper is an examination
of the ways in which reflection on time can be incorporated into environ-
mental education through a case study based on a workshop and continuing
research project at Marylake Retreat Centre on the Oak Ridges Moraine in
Ontario, Canada.

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