Unit

School Of Education

Ecopsychology and Cultural ChangeWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 101652.2

Discipline: EDUCATION STUDIES

Student Contribution Band: 1

Level: 7

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Sally Gillespie


Teaching Periods

PeriodOffered  Campus  Contact
2020 Spring  Yes  Penrith Campus - DAY  See Coordinator above   Timetable not available  

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About this Unit
From 2020 students should note that core units are now taught in semesters rather than half yearly sessions. Ecopsychology is concerned with the relationship between human consciousness, human actions and environmental issues. It seeks to understand the sources, both phenomenological and socio-cultural, of the disjuncture between nature and psyche and to develop possibilities for personal and cultural re-connection and healing. Through applying experiential methods, critical inquiry and engagement with ecopsychological writings, students develop their awareness of "self", "nature", "culture" and explore the dynamics between them. The unit incorporates perspectives on ecological identity, ecospirituality and sense of place as ways of re-imagining the human-nature relationship and effecting ecologically-oriented change.


Courses
1714.2Master of Teaching (Secondary)CONTINUING
1714.3Master of Teaching (Secondary)CURRENT
1723.1Master of Education (Social Ecology)CONTINUING
1723.2Master of Education (Social Ecology)CURRENT
1724.3Graduate Certificate in Education (Social Ecology)CURRENT
1725.1Graduate Diploma in Education (Social Ecology) (exit only)CURRENT
1781.2Master of Teaching (Primary)CONTINUING
1781.3Master of Teaching (Primary)CURRENT
1859.1Master of Educational Studies (exit only)CONTINUING
1859.2Master of Educational Studies (exit only)CURRENT




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