Hello.!! I am Tatiana, my friend and I will tell you a little about: Community-level environmental projects as learning tools for planners: a case study of graduate students in planning, join us!
EE and environmental planning 15 Since environmental education emerged in the 1960s, research on the topic has centered on the premise that the provision of information and data was enough to create salient results (Hungerford and Volk 1990; Kollmuss and Agyeman 2002).
Tell me about: how curricula can help students make decisions. Decisions in your personal and professional life and how the student can develop the capacity and commitment to act in an environmentally beneficial manner
Projects help students learn how to work autonomously and develop independent abilities such as problem-solving. They also teach investigative and decision-making skills as well as cooperative learning and reflection
Mmm, that sounds interesting
Of course, for example in Israel there have been studies where students must work with communities that have environmental problems, this is a grade requirement, they are also taught land use planning for sustainability; solid waste management etc
And what is the method you could implement? I want to learn to develop this type of research
Of course, we must study the area under investigation, we can collect the information through interviews, surveys, observation and then tabulate the information and represent it in graphics
How do students feel developing these types of activities?
All the interviewed students said that they had developed or improved upon some skills that they believe are relevant to their future work due to their participation in the project.
Thanks for the info. Environmental education helps to make people aware of the existing problem and to take control measures.