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Title: Teacher training and Biology students’ perceptions on the introduction of alien species and seaports role
Author(s): Torralba Burrial, Antonio
Arias Rodríguez, Andrés
Álvarez Fernández, David
Herrero Vázquez, Mónica
Keywords: Teacher training
Formación de maestros
Biology students
Biology education
Environmental Education
Educación Ambiental
Alien species
Invasive species
Non-Indigenous Species
Seaports
Especies introducidas
Especies invasoras
Especies alóctonas
Vías de introducción
Puertos
Puertos marinos
Transporte marino
Introduction pathways
Percepción social
Social perception
Students perceptions
Didáctica del Medio Natural
Formación del profesorado
Marine alien species
Issue date: 2020
Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Oviedo
Citation: Torralba Burrial et al. (2020) Teacher training and Biology students’ perceptions on the introduction of alien species and seaports role. En Dopico Rodríguez, Eduardo Vicente y Borrell Pichs, Yaisel Juan (eds.) Scientific and educational strategies for a sustainable port activity facing biological invasions: from Ports to BluePorts. Is it possible? (pp. 27-38). Oviedo : Universidad de Oviedo, Servicio de Publicaciones
Format extent: p. 27-38
Abstract: Nowadays the introduction of alien species represents a major problem worldwide, being seaports and marinas recognized as important hotspots of marine and non-marine alien species. In order to assess university students’ previous knowledge about alien species related problems, a survey was carried out addressed to Education and Biology students in Asturias (northern Spain). Fifty-three species were cited as invasive by students, but each student recognised only a few species (range 0-9). Masters students knew more species than undergraduate of the sampled degrees, and Biology students named more alien species in total). Species that most frequently appeared in the mass-media were the most reported. Few marine alien species were recognized, and seaports were considered as the main introduction via. Finally, students’ preferences on ways to improve social knowledge on alien species and their perceptions of the relative importance in different formal educational stages are shown.
Description: International Workshop Blueport 2019. From Ports to BluePorts. Is it possible? (5º. 2019. Gijón)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10651/54060
ISBN: 978-84-17445-73-7
Identifier: DL AS 34-2020
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