Environmental education centers from the teachers‘ perspective

Jan Činčera, Filip Havlíček
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.534


The study presents a survey conducted with a group of teachers (N=165) participating in M.R.K.E.V. and Mrkvička, a network for instructional support in environmental education. The survey was focused on the meaning of the environmental education centers for the respondents and the reasons for choosing some of the services offered. The results suggest that teachers perceive the environmental education centers as irreplaceable and that they highly appreciate the level of the services offered. They use mainly the short educational programs, they use their services repeatedly throughout the year, and their choice is based on their previous positive experiences, its cost, and geographical proximity. The study also discusses some of the problematic issues arising from the results.


environmental education centers; demand; teachers; school; programs

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