Volume 16 · Number 1 · Pages 016–019
Exploring Heuristics and Testimony in Education for Sustainable Development: Using the Visual Cues Approach to Disrupt, Discuss, and Deepen Introspection

Charlotte Holland

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Constructivism, Fast Thinking, Heuristics and Sustainable Development” by Hugh Gash. Abstract: I examine the opportunities and challenges in focusing on heuristics and testimony as a means to deconstruct thinking about sustainable development. Also, I posit the use of the Visual Cues pedagogic approach as a means to reveal heuristic thinking pathways, and to engage learners in deeper introspection of their own and others’ perspectives, beliefs, and ethical-values bases vis-à-vis sustainability.

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Holland C. (2020) Exploring heuristics and testimony in education for sustainable development: Using the visual cues approach to disrupt, discuss, and deepen introspection. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 016–019. https://constructivist.info/16/1/016

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