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International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, v11 n9 p2877-2885 2016

The article discusses the positive impact of an environmentally responsible individual as the social unit able to live in harmony with the natural world, himself/herself and other people. The purpose of the article is to provide theoretical substantiation of modern teaching methods. The authors considered the experience of philosophy, psychology, pedagogy and sociology, based on the understanding of environmentally responsible personality development as a process. Research methods included dialectical, system-synergetic, ecological and humanistic, axiological, environmental, activity and personality-developmental approaches. The article contains five methodical points aimed at developing a comprehensive training program. The study provides definition of an environmentally responsible personality as a personality characterized by conscious implementation of his/her life activity in harmony with nature, with himself/herself and other people, which provides the possibility to develop modern educational aids, which can be used in the teaching and learning process.

Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Environmental Education, Personality Traits, Conservation (Environment), Philosophy, Psychology, Humanism, Sociology, Learning Processes, Foreign Countries, High School Students

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Author: Ponomarenko, Yelena V.; Zholdasbekova, Bibisara A.; Balabekov, Aidarhan T.; Kenzhebekova, Rabiga I.; Yessaliyev, Aidarbek A.; Larc

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=499&id=EJ1114644







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