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The Resource Contemporary environmental and mathematics education modelling using new geometric approaches : geometrics of liberation, Susan Gerofsky, editor

Contemporary environmental and mathematics education modelling using new geometric approaches : geometrics of liberation, Susan Gerofsky, editor

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Contemporary environmental and mathematics education modelling using new geometric approaches : geometrics of liberation
Title
Contemporary environmental and mathematics education modelling using new geometric approaches
Title remainder
geometrics of liberation
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Susan Gerofsky, editor
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Editor
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eng
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333.7071
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no index present
LC call number
GE70
LC item number
.C66 2018
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non fiction
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Gerofsky, Susan
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Environmental education
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Contemporary environmental and mathematics education modelling using new geometric approaches : geometrics of liberation, Susan Gerofsky, editor
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  • Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction: Geometries of Liberation; What Is Meant by 'Geometries' in This Book?; What Is Meant by 'Liberation' in This Book?; Chapters, Contributions, Connections; Chapter 2: 'Shaped by the Places We Reason? Contrasting the Rectilinearity of Western Educational Thought with Other Possibilities' by Brent Davis; Chapter 3: 'Ecofractal Poetics: Five Fractal Geometries for Creative, Sustainable, and Just Educational Design' by Marna Hauk
  • Chapter 4: 'Always an Abundance: Interstitial/Liminal Space, Time, and Resources that Are Invisible to the Grid' by Susan GerofskyChapter 5: 'The Curricular Geometries of *SAMBA* Schools: Fractal Dimensions, Surface, Depth, and Recursion' by Peter Appelbaum; Chapter 6: 'Of Grids and Gardens: School Gardening and the Unsettling Attachments of Teaching Beside the Grid' by Julia Ostertag; Chapter 7: 'Off the Grid' by Edward Doolittle; Chapter 2: Shaped by the Places We Reason? Contrasting the Rectilinearity of Western Educational Thought with Other Possibilities
  • Part 1: The Plane Geometry of Popular Discourse and Analytic SciencePart 2: Fractal Geometry and Nonlinear Science; Part 3: Emergent Insight, or Recovery of Lost Knowledge?; Part 4: Complexity Science and Education; References; Chapter 3: Ecofractal Poetics: Five Fractal Geometries for Creative, Sustainable, and Just Educational Design; Introduction; Ecofractals; Fractals and Divergent Creativity and Justice in Education: The Literature; Approach; Findings: The Poetics of Five Fractal Geometries of Liberation; Discussion and Significance; References
  • Chapter 4: Always an Abundance: Interstitial/Liminal Space, Time, and Resources that Are Invisible to the GridIntroduction; Teacher Education in a Garden; Interstitial and Liminal Spaces; Interstitial and Liminal Spaces: Places to Live that Were Once Passageways to Traverse; Kairos, Felt Time, and the New York Minute: Interstitial and Liminal Time; Interstitial and Liminal Materials: Gleaners, Weeds, and the Means of Production; Teachers Finding Abundance Where We Once Experienced Poverty; References
  • Chapter 5: The Curricular Geometries of *SAMBA* Schools: Fractal Dimensions, Surface, Depth, and RecursionIntroduction; Topologies of Curriculum; Fractal Dimensions; Curricular Surface and Depth; Stories of Surface and Depth; Recursion; References; Chapter 6: Of Grids and Gardens: School Gardening and the Unsettling Attachments of Teaching Beside the Grid; Introduction; School Garden Geometries and Etymologies; Sowing the Grid at the Installation; Some Difficult Histories of Garden Geometries; Beyond or Beside the Grid?; References; Chapter 7: Off the Grid; References; Index
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Contemporary environmental and mathematics education modelling using new geometric approaches : geometrics of liberation, Susan Gerofsky, editor
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction: Geometries of Liberation; What Is Meant by 'Geometries' in This Book?; What Is Meant by 'Liberation' in This Book?; Chapters, Contributions, Connections; Chapter 2: 'Shaped by the Places We Reason? Contrasting the Rectilinearity of Western Educational Thought with Other Possibilities' by Brent Davis; Chapter 3: 'Ecofractal Poetics: Five Fractal Geometries for Creative, Sustainable, and Just Educational Design' by Marna Hauk
  • Chapter 4: 'Always an Abundance: Interstitial/Liminal Space, Time, and Resources that Are Invisible to the Grid' by Susan GerofskyChapter 5: 'The Curricular Geometries of *SAMBA* Schools: Fractal Dimensions, Surface, Depth, and Recursion' by Peter Appelbaum; Chapter 6: 'Of Grids and Gardens: School Gardening and the Unsettling Attachments of Teaching Beside the Grid' by Julia Ostertag; Chapter 7: 'Off the Grid' by Edward Doolittle; Chapter 2: Shaped by the Places We Reason? Contrasting the Rectilinearity of Western Educational Thought with Other Possibilities
  • Part 1: The Plane Geometry of Popular Discourse and Analytic SciencePart 2: Fractal Geometry and Nonlinear Science; Part 3: Emergent Insight, or Recovery of Lost Knowledge?; Part 4: Complexity Science and Education; References; Chapter 3: Ecofractal Poetics: Five Fractal Geometries for Creative, Sustainable, and Just Educational Design; Introduction; Ecofractals; Fractals and Divergent Creativity and Justice in Education: The Literature; Approach; Findings: The Poetics of Five Fractal Geometries of Liberation; Discussion and Significance; References
  • Chapter 4: Always an Abundance: Interstitial/Liminal Space, Time, and Resources that Are Invisible to the GridIntroduction; Teacher Education in a Garden; Interstitial and Liminal Spaces; Interstitial and Liminal Spaces: Places to Live that Were Once Passageways to Traverse; Kairos, Felt Time, and the New York Minute: Interstitial and Liminal Time; Interstitial and Liminal Materials: Gleaners, Weeds, and the Means of Production; Teachers Finding Abundance Where We Once Experienced Poverty; References
  • Chapter 5: The Curricular Geometries of *SAMBA* Schools: Fractal Dimensions, Surface, Depth, and RecursionIntroduction; Topologies of Curriculum; Fractal Dimensions; Curricular Surface and Depth; Stories of Surface and Depth; Recursion; References; Chapter 6: Of Grids and Gardens: School Gardening and the Unsettling Attachments of Teaching Beside the Grid; Introduction; School Garden Geometries and Etymologies; Sowing the Grid at the Installation; Some Difficult Histories of Garden Geometries; Beyond or Beside the Grid?; References; Chapter 7: Off the Grid; References; Index
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1 online resource.
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9783319725239
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c
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remote
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  • on1045208007
  • (OCoLC)1045208007

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