Ecological issues are scarcely popularized in health education. Parents' health knowledge is associated with the biomedical model of health, which focuses on man with no regard for social and natural environment in which people live and act. Additionally, teachers admit to relatively low factual competences in the field of ecology and health. As the quoted research results indicate, health education seems to lack the ecological perspective. This results in low ecological-moral sensitivity and low ecological and health awareness of learners.
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