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Development and Application of NABI(NAture-study Based Ideas) Program for `Science Education through Nature`
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Development and Application of NABI(NAture-study Based Ideas) Program for `Science Education through Nature`
Park, Dahye; Park, Jongseok;
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 Abstract
This study aims to develop the NABI program, which can be applied to science education in school, to realize `Science Education through Nature` for today`s students. The first NABI program was developed based on the viewpoints of education and teaching methods of Nature-Study, and it was revised as the second NABI program through experts` workshop. The second NABI program was applied to 24 third-grade students of an elementary school. The possibility of applying the program to school science education was explored through the analysis of students` qualitative data, along with surveys that were completed by 24 students and 79 current teachers. As a result of applying the program, students were curious about and communed with nature. The program could also realize the learner-centered education and integration of subjects, science with literature and art. The students were interested and wanted to continually participate in the NABI program. The teachers` evaluation of the program deduced that the relationship between the program presenting Nature-Study ideologies could be applied to science education in school. In conclusion, it was found that the NABI program was well reflected in the scope of the Nature-Study, and it can be applied to science education in school. The NABI program proceeds in nine steps: `Accepting - Choosing - Selecting the common subject - Ice Breaking - Making relationship - Observing - Scaffolding - Expressing - Sharing`. The NABI program is a good way to realize the essence of science education, `Science Education through Nature`, for today`s students.
 Keywords
Nature-Study;NABI program;Science Education through Nature;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
과학교육에서 추구해야 할 인성교육의 방향과 그 실현 방안으로서 Nature-Study에 대한 이론적 고찰,박다혜;박종석;

한국과학교육학회지, 2016. vol.36. 4, pp.581-589 crossref(new window)
2.
'실천 중심 인성 발현 메커니즘' 구현을 위한 NABI 프로그램의 적용 사례,박다혜;박종석;

한국과학교육학회지, 2016. vol.36. 6, pp.947-957 crossref(new window)
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