Awareness, Knowledge, Proficiency, Training and Expertise of Public Elementary School Teachers in Tacloban City on Education for Sustainable Development

Generoso Nielo Mazo


Education for Sustainable Development is a thrust pursued by the United Nations to ensure that future generations are protected from key issues that tend to heighten the deterioration of the present society and environment. Using the descriptive survey method this study focused on the awareness, knowledge, proficiency, training and expertise of 112 teachers in the Philippine public elementary schools in Tacloban City. Collected data were processed through SPSS. Fifty-two (52) or 46.42% respondents were not aware of ESD. Some 31 or 27.67% were aware of ESD. The overall mean on the knowledge of teachers stood at 3.68 interpreted as having More than Enough Knowledge.  On Proficiency the overall mean stood at 3.57 interpreted as a Beginner. On Training and Expertise the overall mean stood at 3.45 interpreted as Novice.





Key Words: Descriptive survey, ESD Awareness, ESD Knowledge, ESD Proficiency, ESD Training & Expertise

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Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn)
ISSN: 2089-9823, e-ISSN 2302-9277
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