Environmental Education For Sustainable Development: Educational Module "Conscious Consumption" For Non-Core Specializations

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This article is devoted to the development of an education module about conscious consumption for students of all specializations and qualification. The main purpose of the module is formation of an eco-culture among students through a deep systematic transition from a culture of consumption to awareness in the choice of goods and services. The module importance is caused by the necessity of development of the population's personal responsibility through practical experience. There are many educational courses for students that are dwelled on sustainable development, but they are either for core specialization, or provide only a theoretical basis, so it is difficult for a student to apply their skills in practice. In the developed module the new technologies are used in the learning process to avoid the monotony of the educational environment and process. Proceeding from the module feedback the collective of authors received affirmation that the module earns the attention of students and its subject area is relevant.

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31 March 2022

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978-1-80296-124-9

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European Publisher

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125

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Bykovskaia, E., Timofeeva, I., Maiurova, A., Kustikova, M., & Banar, S. (2022). Environmental Education For Sustainable Development: Educational Module "Conscious Consumption" For Non-Core Specializations. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 978-984). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.116