3 edition of Science education at the elementary and secondary level in Asia found in the catalog.
Science education at the elementary and secondary level in Asia
Stephen S. Winter
1971 by United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization in Paris .
Written in English
|Statement||by Stephen S. Winter.|
|LC Classifications||Q183.4.A7 W56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||78322953|
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Science Education in Asia Iris Huang At the secondary level, physics, chemistry, and biology with some health science are taught throughout as separate subjects. The emphasis given these areas of study Elementary teachers are trained at junior teacher colleges.
The courses that students follow in teacher training closely resemble those. Also included are seven articles relating to special aspects of science education in Asian countries, and a bibliographical supplement. (SL) Descriptors: Asian Studies, Developing Nations, Educational Assessment, Elementary School Science, Elementary Secondary Education, International Programs, Science Education, Secondary School Science.
Included are brief accounts of the position of science education in 16 countries of the Asian region, providing data on present status, current problems, characteristics of teachers, and curriculum characteristics.
Both secondary and primary grades are discussed, and, in some cases, teacher training programs described. An interpretive introduction summarizes trends discerned in the region. The five themes at the primary level are diversity, cycles, energy, interactions, and systems.
The lower secondary science curriculum builds on the themes at the primary level, with an additional theme on models, and continues the way science is taught at the primary level as a way of exploring and understanding the physical and natural world.
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The Science Curriculum in Primary and Lower Secondary Grades The emphasis of science education at the primary and junior (lower) secondary levels is to enhance students’ scientific thinking through learning activities that involve planning, designing, measuring, observing, evaluating procedures, examining evidence, and analyzing data.
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