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Vloga predmeta gospodinjstva pri okoljskem osveščanju - znanje in mnenje učencev : znanje in mnenje učencev
ID Klemen, Tjaša (Author), ID Lovšin Kozina, Francka (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, ID Zaman, Barbara (Comentor)

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Abstract
Okoljsko osveščanje je v današnjem svetu zelo pomemben dejavnik, s pomočjo katerega posameznik spoznava, kako pomembna je skrb za okolje. Da bi v prihodnje omejili in na ta način zmanjšali onesnaženost okolja, je bistvenega pomena izobraževanje potrošnikov. V okviru slovenskega osnovnošolskega izobraževanja se učenci v šestem razredu pri predmetu gospodinjstvo srečajo s tovrstnimi vsebinami, v sklopu katerih pridobijo znanje o ravnanju z odpadki, varovanju okolja in vplivu le-tega na zdravje ljudi. Ker se omenjene vsebine v okviru gospodinjskega izobraževanja obravnavajo v manjšem obsegu in bolj v splošni obliki, smo z raziskavo želeli ugotoviti, kakšno vlogo ima po mnenju učencev predmet gospodinjstvo na njihovo okoljsko osveščenost. Zanimalo nas je, ali se med učenci šestega in osmega razreda pojavljajo razlike v znanju o onesnaževanju okolja in katere okoljske vsebine učenci najpogosteje povezujejo z onesnaževanjem okolja. Rezultati raziskave, v kateri je sodelovalo 90 učencev, so pokazali, da učenci ocenjujejo predmet gospodinjstvo kot pomemben predmet z vidika ozaveščanja o pomembnosti zmanjševanja onesnaženosti okolja in da vsebine o onesnaževanju zraka, voda in tal, ki jih spoznajo v času gospodinjskega izobraževanja, dobro poznajo. Učenci imajo pomanjkljivo zanje o drugih vrstah onesnaževanja okolja, kot so npr. svetlobno, radioaktivno, zvočno, toplotno onesnaževanje, onesnaževanje z elektromagnetnim sevanjem, ki bi jim bilo smiselno tudi nameniti pozornost, čeprav v učnem načrtu za gospodinjstvo niso jasno izpisani. Rezultati raziskave tako jasno osvetlijo vsebinsko šibka področja, za katera bi bilo smiselno za učitelje gospodinjstva organizirati tudi ustrezna izobraževanja.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Osnovnošolsko učenje in poučevanje, Gospodinjstvo, Preprečevanje onesnaževanja, onesnaževanje okolja, odpadki, učenci, predmet gospodinjstvo, izobraževanje okoljskih vsebin
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:T. Klemen
Year:2024
Number of pages:52 str.
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-155891 This link opens in a new window
UDC:64(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:193668611 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:23.04.2024
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Language:English
Title:Role of home economics in environmental awareness - students' perceptions and opinions : students' perceptions and opinions
Abstract:
Environmental awareness is a very important factor in today's world through which individuals realize how important it is to care for the environment. In order to limit and thus reduce environmental pollution in the future, consumer education is of paramount importance. As part of Slovenian primary school education, students in the sixth grade encounter such content in home economics classes, where they gain knowledge about waste management, environmental protection, and its impact on human health. As these topics are covered to a lesser extent and in a more general form within home economics education, we conducted a study to determine the role of the home economics subject in students' environmental awareness. We were interested in whether there are differences in knowledge about environmental pollution among students in the sixth and eighth grades and which environmental topics students most commonly associate with environmental pollution. The results of the survey, which involved 90 students, showed that students perceive Home Economics as an important subject in terms of raising awareness about the importance of reducing environmental pollution. They are well-acquainted with the content about air, water, and soil pollution covered during home economics education. However, they have limited knowledge about other types of environmental pollution, such as light, radioactive, sound, and thermal pollution, pollution with electromagnetic radiation, which would also be meaningful to address, even though not clearly outlined in the home economics curriculum. The research results clearly highlight content areas that are weak, and it would be beneficial for home economics teachers to organize relevant training in these areas.

Keywords:Environmental pollution, waste, students, Home Economics subject, environmental education

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