La educación ambiental en los espacios no convencionales de educación que gerencian las entidades que conforman el sector ambiental de Bogotá: avance de un estado del arte

Environmental Education in Non-conventional Spaces of Education Managed by Bogota Environment Offices: Advance of a State of Art

  • Tania Elena Rodríguez Angarita DIE-UD. Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas.
Publicado
2016-07-01

Esta comunicación hace parte de la primera fase de un proyecto de investigación del Doctorado Interinstitucional en Educación de la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, que referencia el avance del estado del arte planteado con el fin de establecer antecedentes y elementos de justificación de los problemas educativos identificados. Este proyecto indaga sobre la forma como se asume y se implementa la educación ambiental (EA) en los espacios no convencionales de educación gerenciados por las entidades que conforman el sector ambiental de Bogotá (Jardín Botánico y Secretaría Distrital de Ambiente), y en el estado del arte se aborda la pregunta: ¿Qué se sabe sobre el objeto de estudio?, y se presenta un avance a partir de la ruta establecida en la línea de investigación “Inclusión de la dimensión ambiental en la Educación en Ciencias del Doctorado”. El proyecto en mención no solo se concibe desde un eje de investigación reciente y poco explorado, sino que permite concebir la reflexión desde un contexto más local y específico, como lo son las entidades que conforman dicho sector, responsables de liderar la formulación de políticas, la gestión y la EA en el Distrito Capital; de igual manera, intentará establecer relaciones entre las formas de asumir e implementar la EA en el ámbito de lo formal y lo informal y la posible emergencia de una didáctica ambiental para dichos espacios.

Palabras clave: environmental education, science education, botanical gardens (en)
educación ambiental, educación en ciencias, jardines botánicos (es)

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RODRÍGUEZ ANGARITA, T. E. La educación ambiental en los espacios no convencionales de educación que gerencian las entidades que conforman el sector ambiental de Bogotá: avance de un estado del arte. Bio-grafía, [S. l.], v. 9, n. 17, p. 89.106, 2016. DOI: 10.17227/20271034.vol.9num.17bio-grafia89.106. Disponível em: https://revistas.pedagogica.edu.co/index.php/bio-grafia/article/view/5815. Acesso em: 2 dic. 2022.

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Rodríguez Angarita, T. E. «La educación ambiental en los espacios no convencionales de educación que gerencian las entidades que conforman el sector ambiental de Bogotá: avance de un estado del arte». Bio-grafía, vol. 9, n.º 17, julio de 2016, p. 89.106, doi:10.17227/20271034.vol.9num.17bio-grafia89.106.

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Rodríguez Angarita, Tania Elena. «La educación ambiental en los espacios no convencionales de educación que gerencian las entidades que conforman el sector ambiental de Bogotá: avance de un estado del arte». Bio-grafía 9, no. 17 (julio 1, 2016): 89.106. Accedido diciembre 2, 2022. https://revistas.pedagogica.edu.co/index.php/bio-grafia/article/view/5815.

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Rodríguez Angarita TE. La educación ambiental en los espacios no convencionales de educación que gerencian las entidades que conforman el sector ambiental de Bogotá: avance de un estado del arte. Bio-grafía [Internet]. 1 de julio de 2016 [citado 2 de diciembre de 2022];9(17):89.106. Disponible en: https://revistas.pedagogica.edu.co/index.php/bio-grafia/article/view/5815

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