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The study adopted survey design to assess Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike and Alvan Ikoku University of Education Owerri teacher educators’ perception on integrating green education curriculum for sustainable eco-friendly environment in teacher education programme in Nigerian universities. Researchers’ made experience response questionnaire titled” Teacher-educators Perception Questionnaire on integrating green education in teacher education curriculum for sustainable eco-friendly environment” (TPQIGTCSE)” was used for data collection. The study had a population size of 845 and a sample of 327 lecturers from the two universities used for the study. It had reliability coefficient of 0.84 determined using Cronbach Alpha. The data collected was analyzed using mean and standard deviation in answering research questions. The findings showed that teacher educators have positive perceptions regarding the integration of green education in teacher education programmes in Nigerian Universities. They also expressed likely challenges, opportunities, and the influential role of teacher educators in the successful implementation of green education. Recommendations include among others that relevant universities authority should collaborate with curriculum designers to create teacher education curricula that allow for the seamless integration of green education principles across various subjects.


 





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Assessment perception teacher education curriculum green education

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