The Implementation of the Environmental Education in Junior High School in Manado


Environmental issues are increasingly of concern, such as environmental pollution that impact is increasingly difficult. Environmental education in school becomes important is implemented to provide an understanding of the importance of keeping the environment. The purpose of this research was to evaluate and explain how the impact of the implementation of environmental education in middle school against the attitude and behavior of the community in the management of the school environment. The research method is a method of descriptive models of evaluation context, input, process, product. Results of the study, the first secondary school adiwiyata program participants with the implementation of good environmental education found a change in attitude and behaviour of the citizens of the school of the environment. Students and teachers who care about the health of the environment and the preservation of environmental functions are also good. While at the school who is not a participant of the program adiwiyata found the attitude and behaviour of the citizens of the school which is less good on aspects of environmental management. It was concluded that the implementation of good environmental education in junior high school became one of the solutions to address environmental issues in Manado. School programs adiwiyata is one of the environmentally educational development model and will be the solution to address the environmental concerns.


environmental crisis, environmental education, adiwiyata school


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