Infusing Values through Real World Environmental Activities in the Secondary Science Curriculum: Research from an Indonesian Context
This research aims at developing an infusion approach and its effects on students attitudes and intentions towards the environment. Theoretical frameworks are developed under reflective-communicative thinking in a democratic society.
||Environmental education, values, beliefs, infusive approach, Science Curriculum, Indonesian schools, scientific activities, student research, participation, problem-solving, attitudes
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.1-12.
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I am an Indonesian. I was born in Sumedang, the Tofu city, where I had spent 6 years for elementary school, and another 6 years for secondary and senior high schools. I had spent another 4 years at the Chemistry education program at The Indonesia Education Univeristy since 1988. I started my master degree at the University of Iowa, USA and graduated in 1997. Now, I have been working for my doctorate degree at the University of Newcastle, Australia since 2003. As my background of education were in science education, now I am advancing my research on environmental education which searching a connection between science and social citizenship values through environmental education.
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