Inservice Training Programme Preference of Teachers in the Multidisciplinary Approach of Implementing Environmental Education

Ajayi Clemency Omoogun, Remi Modupe Omoogun

Abstract


Thestudy was undertaken to determine the inservice preference of teachers in themultidisciplinary approach to implementation of environmental educationcurriculum in Cross River State, Nigeria. The study adopted the descriptivesurvey design. The sample consisted of 737 teachers proportionally sampled from67 public secondary schools in the three education zones of Cross River State. Theresult revealed that teachers’ prefer workshop as a mode of professionaldevelopment to enable them implement EE curriculum. Their subject area  also have significant influence on their inservice training preference in theimplementation of environmental education curriculum.  Based on the findings, it was recommendedamong others that in the adoption of the multidisciplinary approach in the implementationof EE curriculum  In-service trainingprogrammes with emphasis on workshop should be organized very often and on thebasis of teachers’ competency needs and subject area.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jse.v3i2.3469

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