The current study investigates the student-teachers' sustainability consciousness in the Pakistan context. For this purpose, public sector universities in Rawalpindi and Islamabad region offering four years undergraduate teacher-education programs were selected. The population of the current study were all the 1259 student-teachers studying in these public sector universities. A total population sampling technique was utilized due to the limited number of student-teachers in these universities. Data were collected from 753 student-teachers on the sustainability consciousness questionnaire developed by Gericke et al. (2019). An independent sample t-test and one-way ANOVA were utilized to ascertain any difference in student-teachers' sustainability consciousness based on their gender and semester of study. The results suggest that there was a significant difference in student-teachers environmental and social consciousness. However, no difference was found in the economic consciousness among the student-teachers.
1-Ayesha Nousheen Ph.D. Scholar, National University Of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Farkhanda Tabassum Assistant Professor, National University Of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, Pakistan.
Sustainability Consciousness, Student-teachers, Education for Sustainable Development