Storying Environmental Education

Sean Blenkinsop, Gillian Judson


This paper sets out to explore the role of story in education. Through the employment of story itself as medium the discussion examines how story is currently used in educational settings. The next step is to posit story as a learning tool and curricular heavy-lifter through introduction to the theory of Imaginative Education as proposed by Kieran Egan. A few examples are then offered before the curtain falls.

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