ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND NOMADIC CURRICULA: CONNECTIONS WITH POST-STRUCTURALIST PHILOSOPHY

Helen Moura Pessoa About the author

ABSTRACT:

This work seeks to articulate some curricular possibilities for environmental education, understanding the nomadisms that can occur in school and community spaces. In cartography, produced during the doctorate in Education, the research finds compositions that can promote openings in good encounters with movements that cross the school, the university and the community, with local cultures and “other knowledge”. Bet on eco-community agencies to subvert “monoculturalism”, through connections that cross multiculturalism and its articulations with environmental education. In the end, the text prompts to think of a nomadic curriculum as a space of freedom, without barriers and fronts, to enhance the crossing of a decolonial environmental education.

Keywords:
Environmental education; Curriculum; Decolonial; Philosophy

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