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Survey of Chemistry Teachers` Perceptions and Teaching Style on Chemistry I Course
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Survey of Chemistry Teachers` Perceptions and Teaching Style on Chemistry I Course
Lee, Eun-Ju; Cho, Young-Ja; Kim, Eun-Suk; Ryu, Ran-Yeong; Kim, Dong-Jin; Park, Kuk-Tae;
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The purpose of this study was to find out chemistry teachers` perceptions on the aims and characteristics of the chemistry I course from the 7th national curriculum by means of investigating how frequently particular learning contents were selected and what the teachers` teaching styles were in order to find out how effectively teachers were working with the 7th national curriculum in teaching. For this study, data was collected by means of questionnaires, which was answered by 44 chemistry teachers in 40 different high schools. Results from this study are as follows: As for the perception on the aim and characteristics of chemistry I course, many chemistry teachers have already perceived that the aim of the course was to promote democratic citizens with the knowledge of chemistry. And the most appropriate way of teaching chemistry I course was inquiry-centered teaching such as experiment-practice and inquiry-discussion. However, these perceptions were not reflected when they actually taught students in the classroom. Instead, most of the class was concepts learning and there were a lot of differences in selecting learning contents among chemistry teachers. Furthermore, although chemistry I course was considered a good subject to make students have interest and curiosity in chemistry, it was not appropriate to make students understand the concepts of chemistry. Therefore, learning contents in chemistry I course need to improve. In conclusion, as the goal of 7th national curriculum of chemistry I course was to emphasize inquiry teaching, inquiry based teaching should be practiced in the class. Moreover, sufficient teacher training should be accompanied and alternative additional teaching contents should be developed. Finally teachers` experiences should be reflected in the national curriculum when it is revised.
7th National Curriculum;Chemistry I Course;Teacher`s Perception;Teaching Style;
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