Chapter 1. Why Wild Pedagogies?; The Crex Crex Collective.Chapter 2. On Wilderness and Wildness; The Crex Crex Collective.Chapter 3. On the Anthropocene; The Crex Crex Collective.Chapter 4. On Education; The Crex Crex Collective.Chapter 5. Six Touchstones for a Wild Pedagogy; The Crex Crex Collective. Chapter 6. Afterwords; The Crex Crex Collective.
Bob Jickling is Professor Emeritus at Lakehead University,
Sean Blenkinsop is Professor at Simon Fraser University, Canada. Nora Timmerman is Lecturer at Northern Arizona University, USA. Michael De Danann Sitka-Sage (formerly Michael W. Derby) is Researcher at Simon Fraser University, Canada.
The Crex Crex Collective includes: Hebrides, I., Independent Scholar; Ramsey Affifi, University of Edinburgh; Sean Blenkinsop, Simon Fraser University; Hans Gelter, Guide Natura & Lulea, University of Technology; Douglas Gilbert, Trees for Life; Joyce Gilbert, Trees for Life; Ruth Irwin, Independent Scholar; Aage Jensen, Nord University; Bob Jickling, Lakehead University; Polly Knowlton Cockett, University of Calgary; Marcus Morse, La Trobe University; Michael De Danann Sitka-Sage, Simon Fraser University; Stephen Sterling, University of Plymouth; Nora Timmerman, Northern Arizona University; and Andrea Welz, Sault College.
"The collective behind Wild Pedagogies: Touchstones for
Re-Negotiating Education and the Environment in the Anthropocene
have produced a timely and valuable book which provides a much
needed prompt for environmental educators to revisit their
philosophies and focus." (Lewis Winks, Environmental Education
Research, November 08, 2019)"This book makes a valuable
contribution to a growing body of literature calling for a change
to established ways of teaching and learning. However, more
importantly, the book explores the potential of outdoor learning in
the Anthropocene and offers educators a useful framework to guide
development. It is the latter that educators of change will find
most useful." (David Irwin, Journal of Adventure Education and
Outdoor Learning, March 17, 2019)
"Wild Pedagogies opens with some introductory explanation of how the book came about, the history of the authoring collective and a general overview of the purpose of the work. ... Wild Pedagogies is accessible, well organised and provocative. ... this kind of educational writing is much welcome - we need more of it. and soon." (Giles Barrow, Pastoral Care in Education, February, 2019)
"The book is organized into three conceptual discussion themes: On Wilderness, On the Anthropocene, and On Education. ... These three accounts of what I believe were wild pedagogies moments help to add some experiential flavor to my review of this new book, Wild Pedagogies, which draws attention to the importance of such moments and how we can understand them educationally. I commend the book to you. Happy reading and hoping!" (Bob Henderson, Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education, Vol. 21, 2018)