An Assessment of Social Studies Teachers Awareness and Attitudes to Environmental Education in Ibadan, Nigeria.

Mr. Itasanmi, Babalola Stephen


The study assessed Social Studies teachers awareness and attitude perception of their role in fostering Environmental Awareness (EA) among Secondary School Students in Ibadan. Twenty-six secondary schools were selected with sixty-nine Social studies teachers. It assessed their awareness on attitude action, objectives focus of EA and methodology appropriate in teaching EA as well as their view on the role they are to play in EA. The study made use of primary source of data, using a likert type questionnaire which tested areas of attitude and practices with the descriptive and inferential statistics. Findings are based on 5% level of significance. The study identified no significant effect of gender, training in environmental awareness and experience in teaching social studies. It also revealed that teachers have positive attitude towards environmental education.

Full Text:



  • There are currently no refbacks.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


EduPedia Publications Pvt Ltd, D-351, Prem Nagar-2, Suleman Nagar, Kirari, Nagloi, New Delhi PIN-Code 110086, India Through Phone Call us now: +919958037887 or +919557022047

All published Articles are Open Access at

Paper submission: or


Mobile:                  +919557022047 & +919958037887


Journals Maintained and Hosted by

EduPedia Publications (P) Ltd in Association with Other Institutional Partners

Pen2Print and IJR are registered trademark of the Edupedia Publications Pvt Ltd.