The Mutants’ Circle Project Results. Littoral et vie Research Group Université de Moncton Pruneau, D., Doyon, A., Langis, J., Vasseur, L., Ouellet, E., McLaughlin, É., Martin, G. et Boudreau, G., September 2003. The Mutants’ Circle. Project objectives:
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Littoral et vie Research Group
Université de Moncton
Pruneau, D., Doyon, A., Langis, J., Vasseur, L., Ouellet, E., McLaughlin, É., Martin, G. et Boudreau, G., September 2003
Teachers reflected on the process of change and created their own model for climate change education to use in the classroom.
Easiness of the chosen behaviour
Using reminders (memos…) or sense of organization to succeed
Family or other person as a role model or encouragement
Lack of time
Difficulty in asserting one’s differences
Family not aware or not convinced or does not approve of the action
Forgetting to do the taskFacilitating and limiting factors
The community allowed:
an exchange of ideas on what can be done
reinforcement of the idea that individual behaviours can make a difference
to make participants responsible of their engagement to an action because it was made before a group
encourage participants to imitate people after hearing about actions that they doNew findings in this research!