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Journal: Journal Association 1901 SEPIKE (Vol.1, No. 16)

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Page : 12-16

Keywords : ecological culture; environmental knowledge; sources of information; pedagogical education;

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The article dwells on the analysis of the sources from which students of different pedagogical specialties get the information about the ecological state of the environment. It has been determined that students of the fields of study "Preschool education", "Primary education", "Special education (oligophrenic pedagogy)", "Social work" and "Practical psychology" choose differently the sources of information and assess their interest to them. Less than half of the respondents (48.2%) turned out to read books about nature, and only 8.8% read popular science journals. However, TV program about nature and articles in the Internet arouse comparatively high interest. The students' activity to search for information about environment is quite low: only 21-24% of them look for TV programs and articles. Thus, it is necessary to pay more attention of students to environmental problems in the course of the educational process at university.

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