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Environmental Education in Developing Countries

By: Qasem Alnewashi
235 pages, Tabs, figs
Environmental Education in Developing Countries
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  • Environmental Education in Developing Countries ISBN: 9789957855703 Paperback Dec 2003 In stock
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The purpose of this book is to improve the current situation of environmental education in developing countries, through surveying, as a case study, the status of formal and nonformal environmental education programs in Jordan. The findings show that formal educators and awareness program leaders require more educational resources and environmental education training programs. This book presents proposals for improving formal and nonformal environmental education in developing countries and areas for further research.

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By: Qasem Alnewashi
235 pages, Tabs, figs
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Nice Work. Deserves to be taught in universities in most developing countries
by John Statham in the United Kingdom (03/02/2012)

The book gives a clear picture of environmental education in developing countries, and it shows excellent research methodology with a great body of evidence. I like his systematic analysis and recommendations.

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