2021
DOI: 10.1590/1809-4422asoc20200148r1vu2021l2ao
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Mikaelle Kaline Bezerra da Costa,
Magnólia Fernandes Florêncio Araújo,
Rita Campos
et al.

Abstract: Abstract Schools are inseparable from communities, and learning should empower students and the community to think and act on issues that affect them. In the semiarid Brazilian Caatinga, snake bites are a health issue. Negative beliefs and poor knowledge about snakes seed harmful attitudes, leading to high frequencies of snake bites and problems to conservation of these animals. Thus, we question whether the development of scientific and environmental education content using teaching strategies that valued the…

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