Beth Christie

 

 


 

Beth Christie is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Outdoor Learning in the Outdoor and Environmental Education Section of the Moray House School of Education. She is Programme Director for the MSc Learning for Sustainability.

Beth holds over 15 years of research and teaching experience from the University of St. Andrews, Dundee and Edinburgh. She has gained professional experience teaching environmental education outdoors in Scotland and Africa, and working as a consultant and practitioner with organisations such as the Education Scotland, Field Studies Council, National Trust for Scotland, Forestry Commission, Groundworks, Natural England and the Scottish Countryside Ranger Service.

She is the Associate Editor of the Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, a reviewer for the Journal of Experiential Education and an active member of the European Institute of Adventure Education and Experiential Learning.

Academic Qualifications:

- BA(Hons) (University of Edinburgh, 1998)

- PhD (University of Edinburgh, 2004)

- PGCert Academic Practice (University of Edinburgh, 2012-ongoing)

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We all have our own understandings of ‘sustainability', of its significance as an environmental, social, economic and moral concept, and as a principle for individual, collective or corporate behaviour. This course begins from your starting point and explores how we might make positive differences to the future of our planet, and encourage others to do so.

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