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Forward David T. Sobel and Paige P. Jackins Prologue Michael P. Mueller and Deborah J. Tippins Poetry Arthur J. Stewart Table of Contents ----------- Chapter 1: The Need for Confluence: Why a "River" Runs Through It Deborah J. Tippins and Michael P. Mueller ----Section 1: EcoJustice---- Section Introduction: Nurturing Morally Defensible Environmentalism Michael P. Mueller and Deborah J. Tippins Chapter 2: EcoJustice Education for Science Educators Rebecca A. Martusewicz, John Lupinacci, and Gary Schakenberg Chapter 2a: Toward Awakening Consciousness: A Response to EcoJustice Education and Science Education Michael L. Bentley Chapter 2b: Invoking the Sacred: Reflections on the Implications of EcoJustice for Science Education Maria S. Rivera Maulucci Chapter 3: Local Matters, EcoJustice, and Community Opportunities of Village Life for Teaching Science Wolff-Michael Roth Chapter 3a: Engaging the Environment: Relationships of Demography, EcoJustice, and Science Teacher Education in Response to Wolff-Michael Roth Kurt Love, Teddie Phillipson Mower, and Peter Veronesi Chapter 4: Moral-Ethical Character and Science Education: EcoJustice Ethics through Socioscientific Issues (SSI) Michael P. Mueller and Dana L. Zeidler Chapter 4a: What's Wrong with Genetic Engineering? Ethics, Socioscientific Issues, and Education Bradley D. Rowe Chapter 4b: Action-Based Science Instruction: Service Learning, Stewardship, and Civic Involvement Jennifer Ponder and Amy Cox-Peterson Chapter 5: Developing a Sustainable Agricultural Curriculum in Malawi: Reconciling a Colonial Legacy with Indigenous Knowledge and Practices George E. Glasson Chapter 5a: When Elephants Fight, It is the Grass that Suffers Norman Thomson Chapter 5b: Working for Change: Reflections on the Issue of Sustainability and Social Change Ajay Sharma Section Summary: Questions for Copenhagen: EcoJustice Perspectives and Summary Deborah J. Tippins and Michael P. Mueller ----Section 2: Place-Based(Science) Education---- Section Introduction: Place-Based (Science) Education: Something is Happening Here Michiel van Eijck Chapter 6: Educating-Within-Place: Care, Citizen Science, and EcoJustice Doug Karrow and Xavier Fazio Chapter 6a: Invoking the Ontological Realm of Place: A Dialogic Response Jennifer Adams, Sheliza Ibrahim, and Miyoun Lim Chapter 7: A Case Study of David, a Native Hawaiian Science Teacher: Cultural Historical Activity Theory and Implications for Teacher Education Pauline W.U. Chinn and David D. Maika`i Hana`ike Chapter 7a: Deconstructing Chinn and Hana`ike: Pedagogy through an Indigenous Lens Suzanne L. Stewart Chapter 7b: Critical Pedagogy of Place: A Framework for Understanding Relationships between People in (Contested) Shared Places Sonya N. Martin Chapter 8: River Advocacy: Valuing Complex Systems as the Groundwork for River Relationships Tina Williams Pagan Chapter 8a: Bringing the Invisible to Light: Art as Places for Advocacy Jamie Calkin Chapter 8b: River Advocacy as a Case of/for Novelizing Discourse in Science Education Michiel van Eijck Chapter 9: Implications of Sense of Place and Place-Based Education for Ecological Integrity and Cultural Sustainability in Diverse Places Steve Semken and Elizabeth Brandt Chapter 9a: Responding to Place David B. Zandvliet Chapter 9b: Envisioning Polysemicity: Generating Insights into the Complexity of Place-Based Research within Contested Spaces Christina A. Siry Section Summary: Place-Based Education as a Call from/to Action Michiel van Eijck ----Section 3: Indigenous Knowledge Systems---- Section Introduction: One Hundred Ways to Use a Coconut Jennifer D. Adams Chapter 10: Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), Border Theory and Justice Lyn Carter and Nicolas Walker Chapter 10a: Considering the Consequences of Hybridity: Protecting Traditional Ecological Knowledge from Predation Deborah J. Tippins, June George, and Stacey Britton Chapter 11: On Critical Thinking,

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