The first year of the project "Infusing environmental values into PM2.5 prevention animation educational intervention for junior high school students" had accomplished the following works. We designed and completed four fine particulate matters prevention animation teaching modules with a total length of 16 minutes. Topics includes: reduce firecracker and joss paper burning, reduce outdoor barbecue, and avoid outdoor activities during haze periods. A self-designed constructed questionnaire was developed as the evaluation tool where willing-to-pay for environmental (WTP-E) was included. The questionnaire includes knowledge, attitude, self-efficacy of fine particulate matters prevention, environmental sensitivity, and willingness to pay for environmental actions. This questionnaire was reviewed and certified by the research ethic committee of National Taiwan Normal University. The results of the previous research was published in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2018, 15, 2215 and in GLOCER 2019 conference.
|Effective start/end date||2018/08/01 → 2019/07/31|
- fine particulate matters
- animation teaching module
- environmental education
- willingness to pay
- junior high students.
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