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This paper provides a starting point for the systematic design of instruction to integrate environmental education content curricula-wide. In order to facilitate the integration of environmental education into technology programs in particular, the paper addresses each of the following associated issues: (1) lack of agreement as to the relative importance and location in the curriculum of such content (i.e., where it should be taught); (2) lack of clearly established course/program outcome objectives related to environmental education (i.e., what should be taught); and (3) insufficient teacher experience in instructional design to facilitate integration of such content (i.e., how it should be taught). A sample procedure for the design of instruction focuses on the use of task analysis theory. Contains 27 references. (LZ)

Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Environmental Education, Instructional Design, Integrated Curriculum, Task Analysis, Technology Education











Author: Karian, Michael E.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10927&id=ED386373







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