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Primary School Pupils' Awareness of Environmental Issues: The Influences of Teaching Styles and Activities.

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With increasing environmental problems, there is a large social demand for environmental policy. Education is a powerful source to fulfill this demand and the Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe's (FEEE's) Eco School program aims to develop awareness of environmental issues and sustainability among elementary and secondary school students. The study presented in this paper investigates the effects of the Eco Schools Project in Cyprus on students' knowledge of and attitudes toward environmental problems. (Contains 10 references.) (YDS)

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Author:Kadji-Beltran, Chrysanthi; Barker, Susan; Raper, George
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Date:Jan 1, 2001
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