Directions in environmental education their implication for the training of and primary school teachers in the Transvaal: A discussion of four B. Primary Ed. programmes
Tltis paper is based on research for a D. l;d. thesis with a similar title (Hurry, 1982). Environmental education (EE) is defined and guiding principles for effective U·: programmes are given. These principles are applied to teacher· training and a model for teacher· training is proposed, The model is then used to assess the--B. Primary Ed. programmes of four Transvaal universities. The assessment indicates that FE is not an obvious part of any programme, and recommendations are made to ensure that EE becomes integral to teacher training.
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