The relevance of role playing in environmental education
Claudie Bonnet 15-18 May, 2000 Proceedings of the International Union of Biological Sciences Commission for Biological Education: International Symposium no Biological Education IUFM Versailles, Centre de Cergy, France

This article published by the Commission on Biology Education summarizes a study of the relevance of role-playing in environmental education. The researchers created different role-plays and analyzed them in light of certain values that 8 to 10 year-old children were able to distinguish. They determined that role-plays do have an impact and they facilitate the emergence of values such as solicitude, aestheticism, solidarity, tolerance, responsibility and autonomy.


A web version of the paper is available at http://intl.concord.org/cbe/pdf/bonnet.pdf.
A PDF version is also available.

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Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:Active/Kinesthetic/Experiential, Cognitive Domain:How information is organized:Mental models