Teachers Attitude Towards Environment

Author: Dr. Syed Hasan Qasim
Editor: Book Bazooka
ISBN: 9386895730
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This book provides a comprehensive survey and analysis of teachers’ attitude towards environment and its related issues. The study of environment has become much more relevant today, than it was ever before. It is now that man has realized his mistakes and started thinking about Nature's protection and preservation. The teacher plays an important role in teaching learning process and in turn the child is influenced by his teaching to meet the social and physical aspects of the environment. Teachers can help the students to form a healthy constructive attitude for environment. Once, this healthy constructive attitude for the nature is formed the child will become a friend of the nature through out life. In the light of this, the entire matter is organized into five chapters. The first chapter is all about current environmental issues and constitutional provisions regarding environment, environmental education in the school curriculum and role of school teachers. The second chapter describes the studies related to environment and teachers’ attitude towards it. The third chapter is methodology adopted to find out the teachers’ attitude towards environment and its related issues. The fourth chapter is related to detailed analysis and interpretation of teachers’ attitude towards environment with reference to locale, gender and medium of instruction. The fifth chapter focuses on implications and recommendations on the basis of the finding of the results. The author believe that this book will prove to be useful to students, research scholars and the teachers who seems to be interested in the current environmental issues and the attitude of teachers towards environment. The author is grateful to all the authors, editors and their publishers whose publication he has made use of in preparing this book. I hope that readers will find this book useful. I will be looking forward for feedback from them. Dr. Syed Hasan Qasim
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