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Beliefs and Practices of Teachers on Environmental Care and Management in Selected Secondary Schools in the Division of Maguindanao

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Abstract: The study aimed to determine the beliefs and practices of teachers on environmental care and management in selected secondary schools in the Division of Maguindanao. The study used a descriptive survey method to answer problems. The primary respondents were purposively selected from the public secondary schools in the Division of Maguindanao. The fifty (50) respondents were requested to answer the structured questionnaire. The coefficient of correlation was computed to determine the relationship between the beliefs and practices of the respondents on the four areas of environmental care and management. Findings show that the respondents agree on the beliefs and practices on land management, forest resource management, and solid waste management but strongly agree on the beliefs and practices on water resource management. Therefore, the beliefs and practices of respondents range from agreeing to strongly agree on environment care and management – land use, forest, solid waste, and water. The relationship that exists between beliefs and practices in the four areas of environment care and management varies from low to high correlation. This means that there is low correlation on land use management, a high correlation on forest resource management, a moderate correlation on solid waste management, and a low correlation on water resource management.

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