This article shares a case study of an experiential learning framework designed specifically for supporting learning in courses focused on human and environmental justice. We argue that our educational practices must substantially change to be accountable to each other as we address social issues and explore societal solutions. Findings from qualitative analyses of student reflective writing led us to a new framework and repeatable pattern for planning and implementing courses with justice-oriented outcomes. Implications for the ways we engage and empower students are considered in light of dominant scripts of power and control in classrooms.
Heinrich, William F.; Lauren, Benjamin; and Logan, Sandra
"Reimagining Scripts for Human and Environmental Justice in Experiential Learning,"
Experiential Learning & Teaching in Higher Education: Vol. 4:
2, Article 20.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/elthe/vol4/iss2/20