Value Driven Water Education to SDG6

Ramanathan Thusyanthini


All global citizens are water consumers. The meantime, The SDG4 hopes for zero children should be out of school by 2030. it is crystal clear that how human values in water education. Therefore, value based water education is a need to contribute SDG6. Exultantly, which should facilitate positive and lasting changes in personals ’attitudes and behavior towards water and water education should inspire to be environmentally responsible individuals. Hence values driven education, innovative methods, field trips and programs are foremost need in school curriculum.



Human value, Inspiring environmentally responsible, childhood education

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