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Rebuilding Hope and Sustainability: Constructing the Meaning of 'Green' in a Post-Earthquake Rural School in China
The Asian Culture Center at Indiana University offers a lunch discussion about post-earthquake rural schools in China.
ACC’s Monday Table Topic Lunch & Discussion Program presents: “Rebuilding Hope and Sustainability: Constructing the Meaning of 'Green' in a Post-Earthquake Rural School in China”
Description: This study explores the significance of local - global interactions in the construction of meanings and practices of education for sustainable development (ESD) through a case study of an international NGO-funded "green" primary school in rural Shaanxi. Guest presenter is Yimin Wang, doctoral candidate (forth year doctoral student) in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. Monday Table Topics is a monthly scholarly research presentations focusing on Asian cultures, business, politics, and arts. Lunch will be provided. Interested in sharing your research?