Exploring Students’ Perceptions about Landscapes
Landscape constitutes a manageable visual resource which is considered increasingly important in exploring ecosystems, and in related decision-making procedures. This paper reports on a study which aims to investigate students’ perceptions about landscape, in relation to specific variables of the information processing model, namely naturalness and mystery. In addition, the paper aims to demonstrate the usefulness and usability of the information processing model as a method for exploring students’ perceptions about landscape, and as a powerful tool for educational research in general.
||Students’ Perceptions, Landscape Evaluation, Information Processing Model, Mystery Variable
The International Journal of Learning, Volume 16, Issue 5, pp.561-576.
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Associate Professor, Department of Special Education, School of Human Science, University of Thessaly, Volos, Thessaly, Greece
I am an Associate Professor on Ecology and environmental Education in the Department of Special Education in University of Thessaly, Greece.I have participated in a lot of researches and developing works (scientific leader in charge in ten of them) in the sectors of education and protection of environment, social and political ecology, ecology and management of natural environment, and has published more from sixty (60) articles in the Greek and International bibliography. I am holder of Degree of Biology of University Patras (1979), and Doctoral Diploma in the Sciences of Environment of Department of Environmental Studies of University of Aegean (1992).My main research interests include the philosophy and methods of environmental education, the planning and the policy of education of teachers on issues environmental education, the planning and development of special educational material on issues environmental education, the analysis of relations of societies with the environment, and the structure, dynamics, operation and possibilities of sustainable management.
University of Thessaly, Thessaly, Greece
Iakovos Papadopoulos is a Forester and Environmental Manager and he has a MSc, on Environmental Science, at Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki.
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