Education for sustainability in primary schools in Hong Kong: Rhetoric and practice
- Education for sustainability in primary schools in Hong Kong: Rhetoric and practice
- Education 3-13, 28(2), 40-45, 2000
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- Primary Education
- This article is based on an investigation of the implementation of environmental education in Hong Kong primary schools using a questionnaire survey and case studies. It will be divided into three parts: one focusing on the gap between rhetoric and practice in environmental education in the questionnaire results; one highlighting curriculum organisation of environmental education through case studies; and one discussing the nature and content of environmental education in these case-study schools. Copyright © 2000 Studies in Education Ltd.
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