A Love of Discovery: Science Education — The Second Career by Robert G. Fuller (auth.), Robert G. Fuller (eds.)
By Robert G. Fuller (auth.), Robert G. Fuller (eds.)
Robert Karplus, a professor of physics on the college of California, Berkeley, united states, turned a pacesetter within the flow to reform easy institution technological know-how within the Sixties. This ebook selects the iconic points of his paintings and provides them for the scientists and technological know-how educators of this present day. In an period whilst `science schooling for ALL scholars' has develop into the clarion name, the insights and works of Robert Karplus are as appropriate now as they have been within the Nineteen Sixties, '70s, and '80s. This e-book attempts to trap the essence of his existence and paintings and offers choices of his released articles in a beneficial context.
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Students can observe change and use it as evidence of interaction. As they advance from a dependence on concrete experiences to the ability to think abstractly, they identify the conditions under which interaction occurs and predict its outcome. The four major scientific concepts the SCIS program uses to elaborate the interaction viewpoint are matter, energy, organism, and ecosystem. Students' experiences and investigations in the physical science sequence are based on matter and energy; organism and ecosystem provide the framework of the life science sequence.
In the SCIS program, "interaction" refers to relations among objects or organisms that do something to one another, thereby bringing about a change. Students can observe change and use it as evidence of interaction. As they advance from a dependence on concrete experiences to the ability to think abstractly, they identify the conditions under which interaction occurs and predict its outcome. The four major scientific concepts the SCIS program uses to elaborate the interaction viewpoint are matter, energy, organism, and ecosystem.
A related project under Dr. Thier's direction adapted the materials for use by blind children. Evaluation and Teacher Education Materials, 1972-1974 After the completion of the basic teaching materials, the project developed a set of evaluation supplements for classroom use by teachers who wish to identify their pupils' progress systematically. A kindergarten unit entitled Beginnings and teacher education materials, including films and a Handbook, were also completed. The project staff gradually transferred to other activities.