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* Corresponding author 1 EA S2HEP - Sciences et Société ; Historicité, Éducation et Pratiques 2 ADEF - Apprentissage, Didactique, Evaluation, Formation 3 Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione del C.N.R, Rome, Italie 4 University of Joensuu, Finland 5 National Institute for Public Education, Hungary 6 Vilnius University Vilnius 7 University of Lublin, Poland 8 Babes-Bolyai University Cluj, Romania 9 University of Malta Malta 10 University of Tartu, Estonia 11 University of Cyprus, Cyprus 12 University of Bayreuth, Germany 13 IEC, University of Minho, Portugal

Abstract : We analyze the conceptions of 4248 teachers on Environment and GMO Genetically Modified Organisms, in 12 European countries: Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania. Most of the differences between teachers- conceptions are observed inside each country. Some of them related to preservation or utilization of Environment significantly differentiate the 12 countries. Biology teachers have more knowledge on GMO and more opinions pro- GMO than their colleagues. Female teachers are significantly more anti-GMO than their male colleagues. More a teacher studied at University, more he or she thinks that the resources of our planet are limited.

Mots-clés : Environmental Education GMO teachers conceptions values Europe





Autor: Pierre Clément - Jérémy Castéra - Charline Laurent - Silvia Caravita - Anna-Liisa Rauma-Kosonen - Attila Varga - Jurga Turcin

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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