Low-Carbon Education Theory Utilized in Teaching

Jian LI, Kunming YAO


This thesis studies the concept of Low-carbon education and researches the background of the theory, then commits further analysis of the application of Low-carbon education theory in the fields of teaching. On the basis of this, the effectiveness and rationalization of application in the Low-carbon education theory in teaching were confirmed from many aspects. Among them, it is mainly analyzed both from the objective and subjective factors. These factors mainly exist in teaching methods. This thesis is developed from the following aspects: First discusses the relevant research on low-carbon education theory, define Low-carbon education and also illustrate function of Lower-carbon education in teaching; states the relationship between Low-carbon education and fuzzy theory, proves that there is internal consistency lies in Low-carbon education and fuzzy theory, these theories can be used in teaching; then discusses the investigation results under the situation of Low carbon education; at last discuss how to improve teaching methods under Low-carbon educational point of view, sums up the investigation results and puts forward the essence of teaching activity and the effective principles in teaching. It is necessary to advocate Low-carbon education in teaching in order that the complicated process can be effectively fulfilled. Teaching is not only a practice process based on text books. This can not be achieved by one single teaching method. Therefore we should advocate Low-carbon education theory in teaching in order to break the barrier in teaching and learning. We should take diversified forms of teaching, and explore the essential change so that the students can gain ability not only skills.


Low-carbon education; Utilized; Teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4710


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