Discipline: Outdoor Environmental Education
Location: Mt Helen Campus, Room T306
Phone: 03 53276168
Master of Outdoor Education and Environment - La Trobe University - 2018
Bachelor of Exercise Science - Australian Catholic University - 2007
- Bachelor of Outdoor and Environmental Education
- Bachelor of Sport, Physical and Outdoor Education
- Bachelor of Health and Physical Education
- Outdoor Living and Travel Skills - Land (OEEDU1004)
- Outdoor Living and Travel Skills - Water (OEEDU1005)
- Journeys in Outdoor and Environmental Education (OEEDU2100)
- Adventure and Outdoor Recreation (OEEDU2500)
Scott is an outdoor environmental educator in the School of Education. He has recently joined Federation University in a full-time capacity, having worked as a sessional lecturer since 2017. Scott has also previously worked at La Trobe University lecturing in outdoor environmental education and at Australian Catholic University lecturing in outdoor leadership. His teaching interests include journey-based practices, learning in river and mountain environments and sustainability education.
Scott's research explores more-than-human pedogogies and how we think and move through landscapes in outdoor environmental education. His research also experiments with posthuman and new materialist theory to provoke different ways of thinking about places, landscapes and environmental problems. Methodologically, Scott enacts what he calls immanent praxiography as a mode of inquiry that acknowledges the entanglement of theory and practice in outdoor environmental education.
- Places/landscapes and learning
- More-than-human entanglement
- Environmental precarity
- Posthuman education
- New Materialisms
- Post qualitative inquiry
- Post paradigmatic inquiry
- Emergent and creative approaches to research
Stewart, A., Jukes, S., Mikaels, J., and Mangelsdorf, A. (in press) Reading landscapes: Engaging with places. In Thomas, G., Dyment, J., & Prince, H. (Eds.). Outdoor Environmental Education in Higher Education: International Perspectives. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature.
Refereed journal articles
Jukes, S. (2020) Thinking with a landscape: the Australian Alps, horses and pedagogical considerations. Australian Journal of Environmental Education.1-19.https://doi.org/10.1017/aee.2020.26
Jukes, S. (2020) Thinking through making: junk paddles, distant forests and pedagogical possibilities. Environmental Education Research, 26:12, 1746-1763,https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2020.1806991
Jukes, S. & Reeves, Y. (2020) More-than-human stories: experimental co- productions in outdoor environmental education pedagogy. Environmental Education Research, 26:9-10, 1294-1312,https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2019.1699027
Jukes, S., Stewart, A. & Morse, M. (2019) Acknowledging the agency of a more-than-human world: material relations on a Snowy River journey. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education 22, 93–111. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42322-019-00032-8
Refereed conference proceedings
Jukes, S. (2018) Thinking outdoor environmental education differently: material relations on a Snowy River journey. 8th International Outdoor Education Research Conference, University of the Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia.
Jukes, S. (2018) Nature, place, learning and ontology on a Snowy River journey. 2018 National Outdoor Education Conference, Hobart, Tas, Australia.
Jukes, S. (2020) Review of Developing place-responsive pedagogy in outdoor environmental education: A rhizomatic curriculum autobiography by Alistair Stewart. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education.23:3, 323-327https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-40320-1
Jukes, S. (2020) Posthuman insights for environmental education. A review of Mental health and wellbeing in the Anthropocene: A posthuman inquiry, by Jamie Mcphie. 2019, Singapore: Springer Nature. €69.99, ISBN 978-981-13-3326-2., The Journal of Environmental Education, 51:5, 395-398https://doi.org/10.1080/00958964.2020.1813678
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