Embracing Complexity: Creating Cultural Change through Education for Sustainability
This paper describes how a day care centre in Australia has embedded sustainability into its organisational, social and educational culture.
||Cultural Change, Learning Organisation, Complexity, Sustainability, Children
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp.93-102.
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Julie`s teaching and research interests lie at the intersection of science, health, society and environment, with a passion for environmental education at the early childhood level. Julie is an advocate of action research as a means for developing understanding of a situation and for creating change.
Megan lectures in the School of Early Childhood, Queensland University of Technology. Her previous position was as director of Campus kindergarten. Megan’s interest in education for sustainability and leadership are encapsulated in her research and academic teaching.
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