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SHS Web of Conferences
Volume 26, 2016ERPA International Congresses on Education 2015 (ERPA 2015)
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Educational guidance on water under the paradigm of complexity as a result of a comparative study between Spain and Mexico
Department of Research Methodology and Diagnosis in Education. University of Granada. Faculty of Education Science, Campus Cartuja, 18011, Granada
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This paper is intended to help lay the groundwork for the formulation and design of programs and materials for environmental education focused on water issues and based on the perspective of the new water culture and ecosystem services. The methodology is based on a study of the type of environmental education promoted in a sample of programs and resources whose focus is water: identifying under what paradigm is inserted, which models implicitly management supports them and if there is a mention explicitly to ecosystem services such as conceptual support a modern approach to the topic of study in two countries such as Spain and Mexico. As a result, a set of criteria and recommendations help to guide and reorient educational intervention programs are proposed interested in addressing water issues from more advanced conceptual approaches and new generation.
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