Special Issue "Learning Culture for Eco-Friendly Responsibilities: Emerging Trends and Practices"
A special issue of Social Sciences (ISSN 2076-0760).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 6 June 2025 | Viewed by 2286
Interests: digital ethics; learning technology; innovation; religion
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The strategic practice to achieve environmental awareness is stabilized through enhancing the learning culture in both schools and the community. The main aim of this Special Issue is to fulfil current demands, especially, assisting in developing eco-friendly responsibilities. Such ideas play a significant role in providing learners with the intellectual capacity to create an environmental awareness. Moreover, eco-friendly accountability could be further advanced through developing their trained skills in order to achieve and sustain a healthy community. As an attempt to empower the growth development of learners, the strategic role to expand the committed awareness of enhancing the skills to be developed and trained further should enforce a harmony between academic and environmental accountability. As a result, the strategic enhancement of promoting a healthy community is related to using the initiative to enhance the responsible management and awareness of creating a stabilized balance between human beings and natural resources. In this sense, the ongoing process of critically observing learning pathways in response to environmental circumstances may begin with enhancing the duties of managing its role to initiate an innovative learning culture. In order to achieve this, the strategic approach of empowerment at the school level to harness human potential can be further developed to advance sustainability goals towards eco-friendly responsibility engagement. From this perspective, attempts to strengthen a multi-task engagement to assist the environmental consciousness with the capacity to empower sustainable communities should be taken into consideration, in particular by enhancing the eco-friendly potential. This Special Issue examines eco-friendly practices to improve the health of communities through the education institution setting, both formal and informal. With the critical investigation of recent trends, beliefs and practices, a practice and theory framework can be advanced to further create an innovative learning culture. Such guidelines are offered to strengthen the link between environmental and social responsibilities in line with the sustainability goal achievement program. This Special Issue will contribute to enrich the knowledge and theoretical basis of sustainability, lifelong learning and social community. Topics may include, but are not limited to: field school model in childhood education; learning culture for healthy communities; eco-friendly responsibilities in the school setting; formal and informal education institutions for the field learning process; experience and skill development in field school; eco-friendly responsibilities and healthy communities; individual caring of environmental responsibility and social community; advancing the innovative implementation of sustainability goal achievement program; experiential learning of environmental sustainability for social community.
Dr. Miftachul Huda
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- learning culture
- eco-friendly responsibilities
- healthy community
- present practice
- future direction