A Place for Ecopedagogy in Community Literacy

Rhonda Davis


Educators focused on community literacy and public engagement have access to a unique critical platform where larger social issues that impact us both as a whole and on very personal levels are open to exploration. Being uniquely situated to have significant impact on community, literacy work in this area may require unique pedagogical strategies. Based on its comprehensive focus on sustainability, ecological literacy, sociopolitical factors that affect communities, and a multitude of other factors that underpin social injustice, ecopedagogy may be uniquely positioned to offer a more holistic view than other composition pedagogies such as place-based education and ecocomposition. 

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Publication of the Community Literacy Journal is made possible through the generous support of the English Department and the Writing and Rhetoric Program at Florida International University. The CLJ is a journal of the Conference on Community Writing.