Teachers’ Perception of Climate Change Curriculum Implementation in Biology Education Programme in Nsukka Education Zone

Dr Eberechukwu Francisca Chigbu, Anulika Valentina Etele, Blessing Obianuju Mokwelu & Ijeoma Evelyn Animba


The study investigated teachers’ perception of climate change curriculum implementation in Biology education programme in Nsukka Education Zone. Three research questions were formulated to guide the study. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. The population for the study consisted of 37 teachers from Nsukka science school, Nsukka Education Zone. There was no sampling because of the manageable number of the population. The instrument used for data collection was TPCCCCIBSEQ. The instrument was validated by three experts from Department of Guidance and Counselling and one from Measurement and Evaluation, all from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. Mean was used for data analysis. The study revealed, among others, that the concept of climate change is included in the biological science education programme. The study recommended, among others, that government should create a sound education system because it is a powerful connection for combating adverse effects of climate change.

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