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Scientific literacy at the school. An inquiry about Archaeology in the classroom

AuthorsGómez Díaz, Mª José; Ruiz del Árbol Moro, María ; López Sancho, José María ; Cejudo Rodríguez, Salomé; Moreno Gómez, Esteban ; 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; Casi Arboniés, Mª Dolores; López Gambra, Mª Soledad; López Gimeno, Victoria; Sainz Sierra, Belén; Kliss, Siiri; Kajak, Eneli; Kukk, Kristel; Bondar, Julia; Ojaste, Annela; Tomasik, Ewa; Zawada, Beata; Widajewicz, Anna; Krakowska, Barbara
KeywordsCSIC
science
school
teachers
education
Archaeology
teaching
learning
research
european union
knowledge
method
fossils
artefacts
History
stratigraphic
classroom
teacher training
memories
past
practical
application
cooperative
erasmus
cultural
heritage
instrument
myths
NOS
NOSI
Institute of History
CSIC
CSIC en la Escuela
Issue Date14-Jun-2018
CitationScientific literacy at the school. An inquiry about Archaeology in the classroom: 136 pp (2018)
AbstractThis work was based on the proposals made by CSIC at School for innovative methods of teaching science. Over the past few years CSIC at School has successfully incorporated archaeology into its programmes, as it is a field that offers many possibilities to teach science to early education students. Moreover, its relation with other subjects favours interdisciplinary perspectives, which helps overcome teaching challenges related to a multidimensional study programme. People are generally very interested in the daily activity of archaeology and its role in researching history. However, like history, archaeology does not seem relevant in the majority of contemporary societies. In fact, its 'usefulness' is often questioned, which, unfortunately, is a common situation in Social and Human Sciences. This guide seeks to help dispel these myths by proposing to use archaeology to teach science in the classroom. The project has demonstrated that updating the scientific training of teachers and searching for innovative teaching methods is becoming increasingly necessary.
DescriptionGuía con el título "Scientific literacy at the school. An inquiry about Archaeology in the classroom" producto del proyecto "Scientific literacy at the school: improving strategies and building new practices of science teaching in early years education (SciLit)" financiado por la Comisión Europea y coordinado por "El CSIC en laEscuela" PDF 136 páginas.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.csicenlaescuela.csic.es/scilit/intellectual-outputs.html
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/166344
ISBN978-84-09-02598-5
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