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List of Tables
Acknowledgements Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1: History of Environmental Education
1.2: Changing Learner Behavior Through Environmental Education
1.3: Rationale of Study
1.4: Chapter Descriptions Chapter 2: Literature Review
2.2: Environmental Education as a Mode of Behavioral Change
2.3: Behavioral Studies
2.4: Conservation Education
2.5: Effective Environmental Education for Influencing EFB
2.6: Need for Evaluation
2.7: Effective Evaluation of Environmental Education Programs
2.8: Conclusion Chapter 3: The WET Center
3.2: Drops and Watts Program
3.3: Classroom Presentation
3.4: Green Building Tour
3.5: Scavenger Hunt Chapter 4: Methods
4.1: Case Study
4.3: Participant Observation
4.4: In Home Water Audit
4.5.2: Is conserving water important?
4.5.3: Does your electricity use affect water use?
4.5.4: Do you benefit from conserving water ?
4.5.5: Do you benefit from conserving electricity?
4.5.6: Are there actions you can personally take to conserve water?/Intention to perform
water conservation actions
4.5.7: Are there actions you can personally take to conserve electricity?/Intention to perform
electricity conservation actions
4.5.8: Are you performing all the water and electricity saving activities you are aware of?
4.5.9: Will your actions to conserve water and electricity have an impact?
4.5.10: Multivariate Regression Chapter 5: Results
5.1: Environmental Attitude
5.2: Knowledge of Issues
5.2.1: Is conserving water important?
5.2.2: Does your electricity use affect water use?
5.3: Personal Investment
5.3.1: Do you benefit from conserving water?
5.3.2: Do you benefit from conserving electricity?
5.4: Knowledge of Skills
5.4.1: Are there actions you can personally take to conserve water?
5.4.2: Are there actions you can personally take to conserve electricity?
5.5: Behavioral Intention
5.5.1: List any water conservation actions you plan to perform regularly
5.5.2: List any electricity conservation actions you plan to perform regularly
5.6: Locus of Control
5.6.1: Are you performing all the water and electricity conservation activities you are aware of?
5.6.2: Will your actions to conserve water and electricity have an impact?
5.7 Multivariate Regression Chapter 6: Discussion
6.1: Environmental Attitude
6.2: Knowledge of Issues
6.3: Personal Investment
6.4: Knowledge of Skills
6.5: Behavioral Intention
6.6: Locus of Control (LOC)
6.7: Multivariate Regression Chapter 7: Conclusion
7.2: Conclusions for the Drops and Watts Program
7.3: Generalized Conclusions
7.4: Future ResearchBibliographyAppendix I – SurveyPre-Participation SurveyPost-Participation SurveyAppendix II – Code Tables