Learning with Treescapes in Environmentally Endangered Times
Introduction: Learning With Treescapes in Environmentally Endangered Times
Samyia Ambreen and Kate Pahl
Trees and Us: Learning About/From Trees and Treescapes From Primary School Children in the United Kingdom
Samyia Ambreen, Khawla Badwan, and Kate Pahl
Making Kin with Trees: Three Educators and Children Entangled with Treescapes
Stephanie Jones, Lindsey Lush, and Sarah Whitaker
Connecting Children and Young People with Trees
Gill Forrester, Jo Maker, Will Price, Hollie Davison, and Heather Gilbert
Singing in Dark Times: Improvisational Singing with Children Amidst Ecological Crisis
The Refugee Trees: Treescapes as Intercultural Bridges
Kostas Magos and Irida Tsevreni
Arboreal Methodologies: Getting Lost to Explore the Potential of the Non-innocence of Nature
Jayne Osgood, Suzanne Axelsson, Tamsin Cavaliero, Máire Hanniffy, and Susan McDonnell
Samyia Ambreen is a Research Associate in Education and Social Sciences Research Institute (ESRI) at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her research interests include understanding children’s interactions through a participatory research design, with a focus on ethnicity and cultural diversity. She is also interested in hope, children’s spiritualty, and care towards environment.
Kate Pahl is Professor of Arts and Literacy at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her work is concerned with literacy and language practices in communities. She is the author, with Jennifer Rowsell, of Living Literacies (MIT Press 2020). She is currently the Principal Investigator of ‘Voices of the Future’, a three year project funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), exploring the relationship between children and young people and Treescapes.