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An Action Study of Students' Environmental Awareness in the Second Grade of Primary School --Take Campus Environment as An Example
SHU CHEN LIAO
Flow Learning Teaching Theory
Abstract： This is a qualitative research with some quantitative data in it. To investigate the teaching effectiveness, the researcher used pre-and post-tests to gather statistics and analyzed the qualitative data. The students’ data were collected in the teaching activities, and the researcher would conduct unstructured interview according to the teaching situation and students’ answers. These data were analyzed to show how the teaching activities influenced the environmental awareness of the students. The curriculum used the campus as teaching materials, taught them by the way of Flow Learning and recorded the cases to confer the influences to environment awareness. The results show: 1.Environmental education tried to teach the materials which existed in our surrounding so it’s good to enforce it in the life curriculum. 2.The natural experience curriculum of materials in the campus could strengthen the environmental awareness of students. 3.The curriculum designed by the principals of Flow Learning could strengthen teachers’ professional knowledge and skills. To sum up, the researcher address the school-based environmental education curriculum could make more use of their campus. In the future the relative research can aim at different objects and methods to supply suggestions to the teachers or scholars of education researches.
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