GREEN SCHOOL PRACTICES: A POTENTIAL TOOL TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Keywords:Environmental Education, Green School, Awareness, Practices, Location
In present century, world faces diverse environmental issues. The school is one the most important place for monitoring, mentoring and promoting sustainable environmental culture in both physical and educational way. Green school programme is an initiative and it is the foundation for environmental education that aims to empower and emancipate students to be the change for our sustainable environment needs by involving fun, joy, and action-oriented learning with responsibility. The level of awareness, practice and understanding of green school practices are investigated among students from senior secondary school. 50 students from senior secondary school participated. Data is collected through 25 items questionnaire. Percentage and t-test are used to analysis the collected data. Result of the study shows that the students understanding and practice of green school practices are very low. Students in the rural residential area have better awareness of green school practices. Recommendations are suggested to include more beginning and integration in chemistry curriculum at senior secondary schools.
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