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The aim of the research is to identify "the extent of the effectiveness of a cognitive behavioral program to develop the awareness of secondary school students in integration schools of methods of rationalizing water consumption as an input to achieve the goals of sustainable development. The experimental approach was used and applied to (40) students, 20 of the ordinary students and 20 of the students with hearing disabilities integrated in the stage The secondary school students were divided into 4 groups, 2 experimental and 2 control groups, each consisting of 10 students .The tools included a questionnaire of awareness of methods of rationalizing water consumption, consisting of eleven dimensions, and these dimensions, in order, are: showering, using the toilet, brushing teeth, washing clothes, in the kitchen, using The faucet in general, cleaning the house, watering the garden plants, washing the car, at school, water recycling, and a cognitive-behavioral program to develop the awareness of secondary school students in integration schools about methods of rationalizing water consumption. The results indicate the effectiveness of the program in developing the awareness of ordinary secondary school students and those with hearing disabilities in mainstream schools about methods of rationalizing water consumption. In the post and follow-up measurement, the two researchers recommended several recommendations, including the need to include methods of rationalizing water consumption, goals and the importance of sustainable development in the curricula.