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Scientific literacy at the school. An inquiry about What is the world made of?

AuthorsGómez Díaz, Mª José; López Sancho, José María ; Cejudo Rodríguez, Salomé; Ruiz del Árbol Moro, María ; Moreno Gómez, E. ; Refolio Refolio, Mª Carmen; López-Sancho, M.P.; Cuesta Mayor, Irene; Martínez-Ripoll, Martín ; Lera González, Juan José; Antuña Rodríguez, Jorge; Adamska, Justyna; Karpińska, Krystyna; Cyganek, Mariola; Szczepańczyk, Grażyna; Szczepańczyk, Jan; Jasinskiene, Regina; Gustienė, Ina; Juodienė, Gitana; Milašienė, Agnė; Grigaliūnaitė, Ruta; Quisillo, Rita; Azanza Ezkurra, Mª Ángeles; Castrillo Pérez, David; Escubi Encaje, Aitziber; López Gimeno, Victoria; López Martiarena, Victoria; Kliss, Siiri; Kajak, Eneli; Kukk, Kristel; Bondar, Julia; Ojaste, Annela; Tomasik, Ewa; Zawada, Beata; Widajewicz, Anna; Krakowska, Barbara
Keywordscsic
science
school
teachers
STEM
NOS
cognitive
learning
research
education
knowledge
method
piaget
kuhn
theories
forces
intermolecular
teacher training
Drop
model
hypotheses
electrostatics
polarisation
induction
Project
science education
early childhood
VNOS
practical application
didactic
laws
inquiry
experiments
classroom
erasmus
csic en la escuela
european union
cohesion
adhesion
electricity
surface tension
water cycle
Issue Date14-Jun-2018
CitationScientific literacy at the school. An inquiry about What is the world made of? : 125 pp. (2018)
Abstract[EN] This teaching guide has come out of the joint work of CSIC scientists and educators from Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Italy, and Spain, which established a network of constant communication in order to implement innovative practices in science teaching for early educational stages. It is likely that the success of this collaboration is due to the way human beings are attracted to the processes of discovery and exhibiting their new knowledge, as well as learning and teaching what they have found out: this is the essence of our nature, particularly in childhood. Indeed, teachers and scientists feel this attraction most strongly, and we are lucky to have them aboard in this project. We have been able to investigate the capacity of children to visualise the world they cannot see with their eyes, so all the activities described below deal with the difference between the macroscopic and microscopic worlds. In the research the students do, they find out what water is made of, what forces act when a drop sticks to another substance, what happens during evaporation, and how a paper clip can be supported by water.
DescriptionGuía con el Título "Scientific literacy at the school. An inquiry about What is the world made of?" producto del proyecto "Scientific literacy at the school: Improving strategies and building new practices of science teaching in early years education (SciLit)" financiado mpor la Comisión Europea y coordinado por "El CSIC en la Escuela". PDF de 125 páginas.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.csicenlaescuela.csic.es/scilit/intellectual-outputs.html
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/166341
ISBN978-84-09-02470-4
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