Performance-based environmental learning : what makes the difference?

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Wake, Sue
Birdsall, S.
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2018-10
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Conference Contribution - Oral Presentation
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Auckland (N.Z.)
primary schools
sustainability education
play
Field, Andy (English performance artist)
urban design
New Zealand
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Wake, S. J., & Birdsall, S. (2018, October). Performance-based environmental learning: What makes the difference?. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Environmental Education - AAEE 20th Biennial Conference, Southern Cross University, Bilinga, Queensland, Gold Coast, Australia.
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Overview 16 inner city schoolchildren participated in the Auckland Fringe Festival, March 2017, called ‘Lookout’ where they worked with professional performers to prepare and deliver a show that involved a one on one conversation with an adult about their ideas/issues of a past, present and future Auckland. This research focused on the learning outcomes for both performers and audience, seen through an environmental education lens.
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