An Analysis of School Teachers’ Attitudes on the Importance of Environmental Education Goals
Arba’at Hassan, (2006) An Analysis of School Teachers’ Attitudes on the Importance of Environmental Education Goals. Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences, 10 (2). pp. 303-312. ISSN 13942506
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Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Faculty of Education
This paper analyzed the primary school teachers’ attitudes on the importance of environmental education goal levels in Sabah. One hundred and eighty questionnaires were distributed. The data were analyzed using Statistical Analysis System (SAS). Majority of the teachers’ attitudes indicated that all fifteen environmental goal statements were important. The mean responses to the importance of goals ranged from "the moderate" (4.27) to “the complete extent" (4.63). Goal statement 11 (investigation and evaluation processes), included 12 sub-goal statements, received the grand mean of 4.32. Recommendations included a need to incorporate goals in schools’ curriculum and provide training courses.
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