Welcome! Professional Teaching Portfolio Sonia Hankova Education/Art/Science. E-Mail: sonia.hankova@gmail.com, Phone: +61 425 703 860


ABC Gardening Australia. (2014). Facts sheet: How to mulch. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s1484684.htm

Australian Government. (n.d.). Australian stories: Fiona Hall. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/fiona-hall

Berman, T. (2001). The rape of mother nature? Women in the language of envorinmetal discourse. In A. Fill & P. Muhlhausler (Eds.), Ecolinguistics Reader: Language, Ecology and Environment (pp. 258-269). New York: Continuum.

Capra, F. (1996). The web of life: A new scientific understanding of living systems. New York: Doubleday-Anchor Books.

Chiras, D. D. (2010). Environmental science. Sudburry, MA: Jones and Bartlett

Clean up Australia. (2009). Composting fact sheet. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from https://www.cleanup.org.au/PDF/au/cleanupaustralia_factsheet_composting.pdf

Creative Spirits. (2016). Aboriginal scarred trees. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from  https://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/land/aboriginal-scarred-trees

Discover Murray River. (2016). A vernacular tradition: Australia's identification with corrugated iron. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.murrayriver.com.au/about-the-murray/corrugated-iron/

Ferreira, J. A. (2009). Unsettling orthodoxies: Education for the environment/for sustainability. Environmental Education Research, 15(5), 607-620.

Fien, J. (1995). Teaching for a sustainable world: The environmental and development education project for teacher education. Environmental Education Research, 1(1), 21-33.

Grace, C., Healey, C., Morgan, K., Nicholson, B., Noyes, D., & Poulson, J. (2016). Yingabeal: The Wurundjeri scarred tree at Heide Museum of Modern Art. Melbourne, Australia: Heide Museum of Modern Art.

Grim, J. A. (2001). Indigenous traditions and ecology: The interbeing of cosmology and community. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Harding, L., & Morgan, K. (2010). Sunday's Kitchen: Food and Living at Heide. Melbourne, Australia: The Miegunyah Press.

Heide Museum of Modern Art. (2013). Fiona Hall: Big Game Hunting —The nature culture project, with Wallan Secondary College [vidoe file]. Melbourne, Australia: Heide Museum of Modern Art.

Heide Museum of Modern Art. (2015). 2015 Annual Report. Melbourne, Australia: Heide Museum of Modern Art.

Heide Museum of Modern Art. (n.d.). Heide education resource: Heide sustainability art trail. Melbourne, Australia: Heide Museum of Modern Art.

IUCN, UNEP, & WWF. (1980). World conservation strategy: Living resource conservation for sustainable development. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, UNEP and WWF.

IUCN, UNEP, & WWF. (1991). Caring for the Earth: A strategy for sustainable living. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, UNEP, WWF

Kagan, S. (2014). Art and sustainability: Connecting patterns for a culture of complexity. London, England: Transcript Verlag.

MacGregor, S. (1999). Feminist perspectives on sustainability. Lancaster, England: Lancaster University.

Maser, C. (1996). Resolving environmental conflict: Towards sustainable community development. Defray Beach, FL: St Lucie Press.

Miller, G. T., & Spoolman, S. (2012). Living in the environment: Principles, connections, and solutions. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning.

Moore, J. (2005). Is higher education ready for transformative learning? A question explored in the study of sustainability. Journal of Transformative Education, 3(1), 76-91.

Morgan, K., & Harding, L. (2015). Modern Love: The lives of John and Sunday Reed. Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Publishing.

Mornement, A., & Holloway, S. (2007). Corrugated iron: building on the frontier. New York: WW Norton and Company.

Nikoleski, V. (2014). Vlase Nikoleski: Cerative sculpture. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://nikoleski.com/index.shtml

Peacock, A. (2004). Eco-literacy for primary schools. Oakhill, England: Trentham Books.

Pulselli, F. M., Bastianoni, S., Marchettini, N., & Tiezzi, E. (2008). The road to sustainability: GDP and future generations. Southampton, Boston: WIT Press.

Reboratti, C. (1999). Territory, scale and sustainable development. In T. Jahn (Ed.), Sustainability and the social sciences: A cross-disciplinary approach to integrating environmental considerations into theoretical reorientation (pp. 207-222). London, England: Zed Books.

Recycling Guide. (2003). Recycling is important. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.recycling-guide.org.uk/importance.html

Rose, D. B. (1996). Nourishing terrains: Australian Aboriginal views of landscape and wilderness. Canberra, Australia: Australian Heritage Commission.

Rose, D. B. (1999). Indigenous ecologies and an ethic of connection. In N. Low (Ed.), Global ethics and environment (pp. 175-187). New York: Routledge.

Schultz, B. (2001). Language and the natural environment. In A. Fill & P. Muhlhausler (Eds.), The ecolinguistics reader: Language, ecology, and environment (pp. 109-114). New York: Continuum.

Selby, D., & Kagawa, F. (2010). Runaway climate change as challenge to the ‘closing circle’ of education for sustainable development. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 4(1), 37-50.

Shiva, V. (1989). Staying alive: Women, ecology, and development. London, England: Zed Books.

Somerville, M., Power, K., & de Carteret, P. (2011). Landscapes and learning: Place studies for a global world. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense.

Somerville, M. J. (2010). A place pedagogy for ‘global contemporaneity’. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 42(3), 326-344.

Stanhope, Z., & Heide Museum of Modern Art. (2007). Art's constant gardener. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.laurenberkowitz.com.au/text_11_stanhope.html

Sterling, S. (2001). Sustainable education: Re-visioning learning and change. Dartington, England: Green Books for the Schumacher Society.

Sterling, S. (2010). Living in the Earth Towards an Education for Our Tim. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 4(2), 213-218.

Thompson, J. (n.d.). Jeff Thompson: Biography. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.jeffthomson.co.nz/bio/bio1.php

Tilbury, D., Stevenson, R. B., Fien, J., & Schreuder, D. (2002). Education and sustainability: Responding to the global challenge. Cambridge, England: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

Tutzinger Manifest. (2001). Tutzinger Manifest: For the strengthening of the cultural-aesthetic dimension of sustainable development. Bonn, Germany: Institute fur Kulturpolitik der Kulturpolitischen Gesellschaft.

United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation. (1997). Educating for a sustainable future: A transdisciplinary vision for concerted action. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.unesco.org/education/tlsf/mods/theme_a/popups/mod01t05s01.html - iii

Ward, N., Reys, S., Davies, J., & Roots, J. (2003). Scoping study on Aboriginal involvement in natural resource management decision making and the integration of Aboriginal cultural heritage considerations into relevant Murray-Darling Commission programs. Murray-Darling Basin Commission.

Whitehouse, H., Watkin Lui, F., Sellwood, J., Barrett, M., & Chigeza, P. (2014). Sea Country: navigating Indigenous and colonial ontologies in Australian environmental education. Environmental Education Research, 20(1), 56-69.

World Commission on Environment and Development. (1987). Our common future. Oxford, England: University Press.

Zammit-Lucia, J. (2013). The art of sustainability: imagination, not spreadsheets will create change. The Guardian. Accessed 1st Nov, 2016. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/art-sustainability-imagination-create-change