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The Effects of Science Lessons Using Creative Activities on Scientific Concepts and Self Directed Learning Ability
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The Effects of Science Lessons Using Creative Activities on Scientific Concepts and Self Directed Learning Ability
Lee, Yongseob; Kim, Yoonkyung;
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 Abstract
This study is to find out that the effects of a creative experience activity program to scientific concepts and self-directed learning skills. This study has been aimed at 2 class 40 students of 4th grade in D metropolitan city A elementary school in 2015, one class 20 students are the research group to apply Scientific research program using creative experience activity, another class 20 students were comparison groups to apply general science classes. The related class section of this study is 4th grade 2 semester of science 4 chapters, `The Earth and the moon` This section is in fourth grade elementary science curriculum revision in 2009 is a Sections to learn for the first time about astronomical area. Target research group in club activities as part of the creative activities implemented using scientific inquiry and analyzed the results. In addition, in order to better research based on the results of this study as follows. First, the science curriculum in elementary schools, as well as applied research about the creative experience activity classes in other subjects is required. The ongoing research is needed to classes utilizing the characteristics of creative experience activities in several subjects of the elementary school curriculum. Second, Creative experiential learning is only effective when it is done consistently, it is worth studying for long periods of time.
 Keywords
creative activities;scientific concepts;self directed learning ability;
 Language
Korean
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