interview about proper waste/littering management practices they use. I will divide the learners in 5 groups. Group 1 will be assigned to have an interview with a senior manager, Group 2 will be assigned to have an interview with office employees, Group 3 will be assigned to have an interview with the security employees, group 4 will be assigned to have an interview with the cleaners and group 5 will be assigned to have an interview with the gardeners. Each group works together and ask how they dispose the waste/littering, do they recycle, what they do with the leftover food, plastic bottels, used paper, policies etc. Back in the classroom, each learner must report back about their own experience, feelings, thoughts etc. and talk about it to the other learners in the class
10 43139299 10. Environmental education should empower all peoples and promote opportunities for grassroots democratic change and participation. This means that communities must regain control of their own destiny 11. I will include my learnes in a community project such as a recycling project to increase the capacity of the community to empower them to make a change in their community. The learners have the necessary knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to help the community to solve littering in the parks and streets. The learners participate in a recycling project, universal colour recycling bins will be placed in the parks and street corners and the community work together and pick up litter and dispose of it according to the universal colours. This is how the community gain control over their own destiny. 12. Environmental education must be designed to enable people to manage conflicts in just and humane ways My class did a recycling project in the school where every learner had the opportunity to freely share their ideas/opinions about the recycling project. They used 5 bins and paint each bin according to the universal colours of recycling with the follow posters above each bin: Organic is Green, Glass is Yellow, Paper is White, Metal is Grey, Plastic is Blue and Hazard is Red. This school project helps the
11 43139299 learners to implement this at home and in their community, they just used smaller bins at home, guesthouses, church etc. They all participate in order to keep the environment clean and healthy in a just and humane way. This helps the people to manage littering to avoid conflicts. 13. Environmental education must integrate knowledge, skills, values, attitudes and actions. It should convert every opportunity into an educational experience for sustainable societies The learners must be able to have the necessary knowledge about the environmental and its problems, skills to think about solutions to these problems and make decisions to solve the problem. The learners are discussing ways they can help the environment from pollution and also practise the solution by picking up litter at school and dispose the litter in an appropriate manner and these learners will be an example for other learners. Through knowledge, skills,
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