Environmental Education by César Martínez

Environmental Education by César Martínez

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  • Environmental Education
  • Hi, Dear students, today We'll talk about environmental education
  • It is important because it can influence the behavior of students as individual citizens, as well as influence the future planning projects in which they will be involved.
  • To start, Let's mention the  five objectives for EE that transcend the straightforward imparting ofknowledge:
  • Environmental Education
  • a) awareness of environmental problems; (b) sensitivity towards the environment; (c) values and feelings of environmental concern as motivation foractive participation in environmental improvement and protection; (d) skills for identifying and solving environmental problems; (e) opportunities for active involvement in resolutionof environmental problems
  • Such a citizen would be actively involved in working towards the resolution of environmental problems. As such, the educating of such citizens requires four operational objectives:
  • Environmental Education
  • These are the objectives; a) Provision of sufficientinformation for ecologically sound decision-making; (b)Promotion of awareness of the consequences of collective environmentalactions; (c) Imparting of knowledge and the development of skills that enableinvestigation of environmental issues and evaluation of potential solutions; and (d)Development of skills to a point that enables positive environmental action (Hungerford and Volk 1990).
  • Environmental Education
  • Two hands-on learning strategies ortools that can be used to achieve EE objectives in an environmental planning context arePBL and SL. 
  •   PBL aims to use projects as a mean to enhance independent learning in a real world context. students learn from the solving of complex problems that lack clearanswers
  •  SL is another potentially complementary form of participatory projects, relevant to environmental education for planning students. It is a form of experiential education, in which studentsengage in activities that address the needs of communities and receive opportunities designed to promote learningand development
  • Environmental Education
  • vEncouraging learner participation and self-responsibility; providing an atmosphere of trust nourishing curiosity; achieving results meaningful to and appreciated by the students themselves; encouraging self-initiated discovery; fostering originality and creativity; and aiding students to become life-long learners.
  • the framework of meaningful learning determines how students learned through the use of participatory projects based on its importance to EE  . It includesthe following techniques:
  • Environmental Education
  • projects contribute to the ultimate EE goal change of personal and professional environmentalbehavior (Hungerfordand Volk1990;Kollmuss and Agyeman 2002).
  • Class projects raisedplanning students’ awareness regarding environmental considerations in urban and regionalplanning, and helped them be more sensitive to community needs
  •  We can conclude that the perception of connectivity between the project and academic materials taught in class does notnecessarily depend on the objective nature of the project or the team.
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