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Title: 

THE SURVEY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS'S OF TEACHERS AND THEIR ROLE IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CULTURE (CASE STUDY: HIGH SCHOOLS TEACHERS OF RAMHORMOZ CITY)

Type: PAPER
Author(s): AMINI NASAB S.M.,JAFARZADEH SH.
 
 
 
Name of Seminar: HAMAYESH MELLI ENSAN, MOHITE ZIST VA TOSEE PAYDAR
Type of Seminar:  CONFERENCE
Sponsor:  DANESHGAHE AZADE ESLAMI VAHEDE HAMEDAN
Date:  2010Volume -
 
 
Abstract: 

NOWADAYS, EDUCATION AND CULTURE HAVE IMPORTANCE ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CULTURE. SOLUTION METHODS FOR CULTURAL CASES ARE BASIC THAT SCHOOLS HAVE THE GROUNDS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND CULTURE IN SOCIETY. ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS IN TEACHERS IS IMPORTANT FOR QUANTITY AND QUALITY PRESENTATION IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION. FOR THIS PURPOSE, THIS STUDY HAS SELECTED AND RESULTS INCLUDED:
MORE OF 52% OF TEACHERS HAVE>35 YEARS OLD, 78 % OF THEIR HAVE AWARENESS ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES. 55.5% OF THEIR, HAVE MEDIUM AWARENESS OF ENVIRONMENT.46.5% OF THEIR HAVE LIKED TO NATURAL ENVIRONMENT. 94% OF THEIR HAVE CARRIED OUT STUDIES ABOUT ENVIRONMENT. THE MOST OF THEM BELIEVED THAT PAPERS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS AND FILMS ABOUT ENVIRONMENT ARE IMPORTANT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS. 90% OF THEIR, LIKE BE COOPERATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION. 57.5% OF THEIRS SPENT STUDIES ABOUT ENVIRONMENT AND USE OF THEM IN SOCIETY IN UNIVERSITIES.96% OF THEIR HAVE BELIEVED THAT EDUCATION CLASSES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ARE NECESSARY.82.5% OF THEM HAVE BELIEVED THAT ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION MUST BE IN TOTAL OF GROUPS AND FIELDS IN SCHOOLS. ENVIRONMENTAL BOOKS IN SCHOOLS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES PRESENTATION ARE NECESSARY FOR STUDENTS. THE MOST OF THEM LIKE TO CARRY OUT ACTIVITIES ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL CULTURE.55.5% OF THEM HAVE BELIEVED THAT ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONS IN PRIMARY AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS HAVE MORE NECESSARY.

 
Keyword(s): CULTURE, ENVIRONMENT, SCHOOLS, RAMHORMOZ
 
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