Utilizing project-based learning to increase sustainability attitudes among students

  title={Utilizing project-based learning to increase sustainability attitudes among students},
  author={Evan K Perrault and C. Albert},
  journal={Applied Environmental Education & Communication},
  pages={105 - 96}
  • Evan K Perrault, C. Albert
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology
  • Applied Environmental Education & Communication
  • ABSTRACT Sustainability-related learning objectives in university curricula are becoming increasingly popular. While knowledge gain is usually a prevalent metric of success, this study assessed whether a project-based learning assignment could lead to attitudinal shifts in students regarding sustainability. After performing both primary (distributing/analyzing surveys, in-depth interviews) and secondary research, students constructed strategic communication campaign plans the campus… CONTINUE READING
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