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Title: Attitude and awareness about environment and attitude towards environmental education of higher primary school teachers in Mysore (India) and in Hamedan (Iran) a comparative study
Researcher: Maryam Larijani
Guide(s): Yeshodhara, K
Keywords: Education
awareness
environment
Upload Date: 14-Feb-2014
University: University of Mysore
Completed Date: 2007
Abstract: The present investigation is essentially a descriptive-cum-comparative study newlineon Attitude and Awareness about Environment and Attitude towards Environmental newlineEducation of Higher Primary School Teachers in Mysore (India) and in Hamedan newline(Iran). The study is conducted with the following purpose. newline(i) To study the levels and to compare the Environmental Attitude, Environmental newlineAwareness and Attitude towards Environmental Education of higher primary newlineschool teachers of Mysore (India) and Hamedan (Iran). newline(ii) To study the difference in Environmental Attitude and Environmental newlineAwareness and Attitude towards Environmental Education among higher newlineprimary school teachers of Mysore (India) and Hamedan (Iran) separately and newlinetogether with respect to their background variables like, gender, academic newlinequalification, length of experience and area of specialisation. newline(iii) To study the main effect and interaction effect of Environmental Attitude and newlineEnvironmental Awareness on Attitude towards Environmental Education of newlinethe higher primary school teachers of Mysore (India) and Hamedan (Iran). newlineIn the present study, Environmental Attitude and Environmental Awareness newlineand Attitude towards Environmental Education are considered as dependent variables newlineand country, gender, academic qualification, length of experience and area of newlinespecialisation are considered as independent variables. In the case of last objective, newlineAttitude towards Environmental Education is considered as a dependent variable newlinevi newlinewhereas Environmental Attitude and Environmental Awareness are considered as newlineindependent variables. The sample for the present study was drawn using random newlinesampling technique and consisted of 1000 higher primary school teachers selected newlinefrom 93 schools [500 teachers from 45 schools in Mysore (India) and 500 teachers newlinefrom 48 schools in Hamedan (Iran)]. newlineThe data was collected using Taj Environmental Attitude Scale (TEAS), newlineEnvironmental Awareness Test (EAWT) and Attitude towards Environmental newlineEducation Scale (AEES)
Pagination: 239p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/15875
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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