Projektinis gamtamokslinis moksleivių ugdymas

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Projektinis gamtamokslinis moksleivių ugdymas
Alternative Title:
Children’s training in projected natural science
In the Journal:
Gamtamokslinis ugdymas bendrojo lavinimo mokykloje [Natural Science Education in a Comprehensive School]. 2000, 6, P. 41-50. VI respublikinės mokslinės konferencijos straipsnių rinkinys
Gamtamokslinis ugdymas; Projektinis ugdymas; Tarpdalykinė integracija; Tiriamasis darbas.
Intersubjective integration; Investigative work; Natural science training; Projected training.
Summary / Abstract:

ENNatural science training is one of the most urgent spheres of general preparation in a reforming school in Lithuania. Thus it is virtually integral. In the sphere of natural science some changes took place having in mind changing of instruction matter, looking for new forms and ways of teaching etc. Non - governmental ecological organizations actively have developed their work in Lithuania since 1990. Furthemore, various funds and centres (fund “Ecologia”, Open Fund Lithuania, Lithuania Nature Fund, The Non - governmental organizations’ centre of information and support, regional environmental centres etc.), founded and expanded work. Majority of pedagogues - practice indicated, that one of the most effective methods of соoperating was preparation of project (projected training). During the projects the children learn to apply theoretical knowledge in practise, to work as one team. The method of project teaching affords pupil one of the opportunities to go forward and rejoice at his achievements at work. It is one of the necessities of the project method.Willing to know more information about the method of projected work we carried out a test in which 451 pupils (classes 6 to 12) took part in the questionnaire. 10 propositions were presented for pupils. From the estimations of the respondents we can see, that the most important is, that arranging projects the material examines rather deeply (about 95% of respondents). High marks (from 7 to 9) pupils assigned for those who estimated possibility to except essential subjects and learning to work independently, to obtain more different knowledge (information). The lowest marks were given estimating stronger self - confidence and responsibility (about 8% and 19% of respondents). Training in projected natural science in after - school and additional training activities is one of the pupil’s most effective methods of making them more active which creates good conditions to involve children into investigative work (an aspect of environmental exploration). Application of training in projected natural science at schools of Lithuania is still very poor. [From the publication]

Related Publications:
2020-04-24 06:46:35
Views: 45