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The aim of this paper is to provide a theoretical background to the meaning of folk and artistic knowledge for education in biodiversity preservation, from natural and agricultural sciences, and its effect on teacher training in these specialties. The theoretical methods used helped set up the arguments presented. The significance of such knowledge in dealing with the contents of Biodiversity is supported, in order to offer significant knowledge with a personal sense, which can bring personal motivation and awareness concerning this natural resource, and the need for protection and sustainable use. It provides elucidation and productive creation of meanings in terms of biodiversity, that will lead to students´ cultural improvements as future environmental educators. Folk and artistic knowledge is defined.
Guerra Salcedo, M., & Hernández Sánchez, J. (2016). Meaning of folk and artistic knowledge for education in biodiversity preservation. Agrisost, 22(1), 35-53. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.reduc.edu.cu/index.php/agrisost/article/view/315
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