Effect of Different Teaching Strategies on Developing Environmental Awareness among Secondary School Students


  • Dr. Sushma Gupta Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, Ambala


Environmental Awareness, Secondary School Students


Environmental degradation is a global phenomenon and it can never be associated to any one particular location in the world. Experts (scientists, technicians, engineers, environmentalist and others) are busy in conducting research and are finding the ways and tools that would ensure the lost balance. Political leaders worldwide also need to throw resources behind their efforts. It requires strong environmental management which should encompasses close monitoring of the whole world i.e., each and every household and industrial activity taking place on the earth. Moreover, there is a need for inculcating environmental consciousness or awareness among the masses: whether young ones or older generation. This is possible through environmental education. It is education which can make the human being conscious and knowledgeable about environment and environmental problems. The main objective of the present study was to study the effect of different teaching strategies on developing the environmental awareness among secondary school students. The study was conducted on a sample of 120 secondary school students studying in DAV senior secondary school, Ambala. For the purpose of the study Intervention programme was developed by the investigator. Environment Awareness test developed by Sharma and Gupta and modified by investigator was used to measure the environmental awareness among students. Results of the study revealed that there was a significant difference between environmental awareness of experimental and control group and significant difference was also found between the experimental group before and after intervention programme.

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Dr. Sushma Gupta. (2015). Effect of Different Teaching Strategies on Developing Environmental Awareness among Secondary School Students. BRICS JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 5(1), 21-25. Retrieved from https://www.bricsjer.com/index.php/brics/article/view/28