Monthly Archives: February 2014

Developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness is not hard. In such a framework, three things have to come out.

Firstly, when developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness, there has to be a component where sensitization is done on the dangers that lurk if air cleanliness is not taken care of. This has to be done in a manner that people can relate to. That is like where people are shown how loss of air cleanliness can affect their jobs and with that, cause problems with access to the paychecks and the whole host of other benefits that they get from the jobs.

Secondly, when developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness, there has to be a component where sensitization is done on the benefits that stand to be attained if air cleanliness is taken proper care of. This too, has to be done in a manner that the people undergoing sensitization can related with at a personal level.

Thirdly, when developing an ideal framework for lectures on air cleanliness, there has to be a component where practical strategies for the protection of air cleanliness are elucidated. This is the most important aspect, but one has to resist the temptation to jump onto it while ignoring the other two aspects before it.

Several strategies can be used, in an effort to create air cleanliness awareness in schools.

The first strategy that can be used to create air cleanliness awareness in schools would be that of having that particular subject (on air cleanliness) included in the curriculums. Of course, for this to happen, you have to lobby with the people who are in charge of education at the topmost level, and that is not always easy.

The second strategy that can be used to create air cleanliness awareness in schools would be that of giving special lectures on the same in the schools. This is the easiest model to use, for all you need to do is get authorizations for giving such lectures from the school managers. But there is only so much impact you can make through occasional lectures: though they are definitely better than nothing.

The third strategy that can be used to create air cleanliness awareness in schools would be that of engaging the students through the Internet. Most schools nowadays have computer labs, and in any event, most students have smart-phones through which they access the Internet. So you can, for instance, use www.gmail.com mail, through the Gmail page, to send email newsletters containing information designed to help the students gain awareness about air cleanliness.