Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles
Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles
Professor (Sustainability, Environment & Education), Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University
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A systematic review of climate change education: Giving children and young people a ‘voice’and a ‘hand’in redressing climate change
D Rousell, A Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles
Children's Geographies 18 (2), 191-208, 2020
Ecological literacy: The ‘missing paradigm’in environmental education (part one)
A Cutter-Mackenzie, R Smith
Environmental education research 9 (4), 497-524, 2003
Toward a model for early childhood environmental education: Foregrounding, developing, and connecting knowledge through play-based learning
A Cutter-Mackenzie, S Edwards
The Journal of Environmental Education 44 (3), 195-213, 2013
Multicultural School Gardens: Creating Engaging Garden Spaces in Learning about Language, Culture, and Environment.
A Cutter-Mackenzie
Canadian Journal of Environmental Education 14 (1), 122-135, 2009
Environmentalising Early Childhood Education Curriculum through Pedagogies of Play
S Edwards, A Cutter-Mackenzie
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 36 (1), 51, 2011
Young children's play and environmental education in early childhood education
A Cutter-Mackenzie, S Edwards, D Moore, W Boyd
Springer Science & Business Media, 2014
Education for what? Shaping the field of climate change education with children and young people as co-researchers
A Cutter-Mackenzie, D Rousell
Children's Geographies 17 (1), 90-104, 2019
Pedagogical play types: What do they suggest for learning about sustainability in early childhood education?
S Edwards, A Cutter-Mackenzie
International Journal of Early Childhood 45, 327-346, 2013
Gauging primary school teachers’ environmental literacy: An issue of ‘priority’
A Cutter, R Smith
Asia Pacific Education Review 2, 45-60, 2001
What's there, what if, what then, and what can we do? An immersive and embodied experience of environment and place through children's literature
G Burke, A Cutter-Mackenzie
Experiencing Environment and Place through Children's Literature, 95-113, 2014
Children as active researchers: The potential of environmental education research involving children
EB Hacking, A Cutter-Mackenzie, R Barratt
International handbook of research on environmental education, 438-458, 2013
Research handbook on childhoodnature: Assemblages of childhood and nature research
A Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, K Malone, EB Hacking
Springer International Handbooks of Education, 2020
Children of an earth to come: Speculative fiction, geophilosophy and climate change education research
D Rousell, A Cutter-Mackenzie, J Foster
Educational Studies 53 (6), 654-669, 2017
Australian waste wise schools program: its past, present, and future
A Cutter-Mackenzie
The journal of environmental education 41 (3), 165-178, 2010
Teacher education: A diluted environmental education experience
R Miles, L Harrison, A Cutter-Mackenzie
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 22 (1), 49-59, 2006
Framing play for learning: professional reflections on the role of open-ended play in early childhood education
S Edwards, AN Cutter-Mackenzie, E Hunt
Challenging play, 2010
Animal Encounters in Environmental Education Research: Responding to the" Question of the Animal"
J Oakley, GPL Watson, CL Russell, A Cutter-Mackenzie, L Fawcett, ...
Canadian Journal of Environmental Education (CJEE) 15, 86-102, 2010
‘It's all about Ben10™’: children's play, health and sustainability decisions in the early years
S Edwards, H Skouteris, L Rutherford, A Cutter-Mackenzie
Early Child Development and Care 183 (2), 280-293, 2013
Everyday environmental education experiences: The role of content in early childhood education
A Cutter-Mackenzie, S Edwards
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 22 (2), 13-19, 2006
Still ‘minding the gap’sixteen years later:(re) storying pro-environmental behaviour
L Siegel, A Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A Bellert
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 34 (2), 189-203, 2018
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