Ecological education of schoolchildren in the Russian Federation (on the example of primary schools in the Vologda region)
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- ecological thinking, ecological behavior, ecological education, ecological culture
The article presents the results of a study devoted to the problem of environmental education of primary school students. The aim of the experimental work was to develop and test the effectiveness of the program of formation of environmental culture of younger students in extracurricular activities. The implementation of the program contributed to the development of environmental concepts, environmental awareness and feelings of students. The program, designed for one academic year, included games of environmental orientation, hiking in nature, planting flowers, trees and shrubs on the territory of the school site, competitions of crafts made of natural material, an exhibition of works and photographs, etc. Purposeful extracurricular work allowed creating conditions for direct contact of children with nature. The study showed that a specially designed program based on the principles of appropriateness, continuity, diversity of the used means, methods and forms of work, integration with other areas of academic and extra-curricular activities, is an effective means of contributing to the development of ecological culture of junior pupils of the school.
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TY - CONF AU - I. Balashova AU - A. Khabibulin PY - 2019/08 DA - 2019/08 TI - Ecological education of schoolchildren in the Russian Federation (on the example of primary schools in the Vologda region) BT - Proceedings of the International Scientific-Practical Conference “Business Cooperation as a Resource of Sustainable Economic Development and Investment Attraction” (ISPCBC 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 362 EP - 364 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ispcbc-19.2019.69 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ispcbc-19.2019.69 ID - Balashova2019/08 ER -