Alternative Didactic Strategy to Link Teaching with Environmental Protection
Science Journal of Education
Volume 7, Issue 6, December 2019, Pages: 114-120
Received: Sep. 16, 2019;
Accepted: Oct. 29, 2019;
Published: Nov. 5, 2019
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Andres Eduardo Vera Mendoza, Ministry of Popular Power for Education, National Public Institution, Santa Elena de Arenales, Venezuela
Liceo Bolivariano Jose Jesus Osuna Rodriguez, Ministry of Popular Power for Education, National Public Institution, Santa Elena de Arenales, Venezuela
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To link education with the protection of the environment and soils through a didactic, innovative and interesting strategy in the training and awareness process, the development of an agricultural Biol was carried out as an alternative to produce ecological fertilizers, low cost for the producer and institutions dedicated to producing different agricultural items, acting as an excellent foliar stimulant for the plants and a complete soil rejuvenator; with decomposing materials such as; manure, water, milk (liquid), chopped grass, molasses, organic humus (fertilizer) and minerals as a supplement, through a biodigester (Release of accumulated gases). Educational alternative in young people who are in the process of training in Secondary Education in Mérida Venezuela, given the indiscriminate use of chemicals that damage the planet, plants and soil. This article focuses on an action research, supported by a theoretical and practical teaching planning. As a result, relevant learning was obtained for the pedagogical and agricultural system, managing to focus students on acquiring new strategies and ideas, conserving and protecting the environment through cooperation, interest and motivation to recommend this alternative to other students, teachers and Farmers develop new fertilizers that benefit the different agricultural items and have healthy and quality food for human consumption.
Education, Didactics, Environment
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Andres Eduardo Vera Mendoza,
Liceo Bolivariano Jose Jesus Osuna Rodriguez,
Alternative Didactic Strategy to Link Teaching with Environmental Protection, Science Journal of Education. Special Issue: Educational Innovation "Teaching and Learning" Strategies.
Vol. 7, No. 6,
2019, pp. 114-120.
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