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Towards Effective Instructions in Environmental Education: A Critical Review of Literature
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European Journal of Physics Education Volume 2, Number 1,

Abstract

The tendency that there is a global warming issue and the environmental disaster through out the world became top news in media. While scientist and politicians are gathering to find solution for the environmental issues, educators are aware of that a sustainable future needs an effective education for today's children. However, how these children should be educated on environmental issues and what they should be required in this technology age is still a question. This paper, thus, provides an intensive review of the literature on environmental education and how different instructional strategies could be used effectively in educational programs.

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Baytak, A. (2011). Towards Effective Instructions in Environmental Education: A Critical Review of Literature. European Journal of Physics Education, 2(1), 11-15. Retrieved July 24, 2019 from .

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