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Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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The Korean Association for Research In Science Education
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Volume 9, Issue 2 - Dec 1989
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Jun 1989
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A study on the Program for substantial science Education in Secondary schools:Secondary school science Teacher Education and In-service Training.
Cho, Hee-Hyung ; Lee, Moon-Won ; Cho, Young-Sin ; Han, In-Sook ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 1~12
Secondary schools in Korea have been faced with with several critical problems with regard to science education, with one of the most fundament problems being associated with secondary school science teacher education and in-service training. Therefore this study, which is a part of project for the improvement of science teaching in secondary schools, had its purposes to inquire into the following are as.
systems for science teacher education
curricular contents and its operations of science teacher education
systems for in-service teacher training and its operations
analyses of problems associated with science teacher education and in-service teacher training. In order to fulfill these objectives this study used methods of literature review, survey, and interviews. The major findings are as follow:
curricular hours of subject matter education are not sufficient for competent science teacher. opportunities for self-training in major are as are seldom given to the most of the science teachers
systematic organization for in-service traings is in urgert need. In addition to there-findings strategies for improving science teacher education and in-service trainings are suggested in this paper.
A Study on the Improvement of Science Education With Experimental Model and it's Programming(I)
Lee, Ki-Jong ; Lee, Kwang-Ho ; Lee, Jong-Chul ; Kim, Ja-Hong ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 13~27
A curriculum for teaching materials in Science Education was studied as a model for modified experiment on fundamental courses. Conscious effort can be made to desingn experiments that require minimum apparatus: that require low-cost equipment that can be made from cheap locally available materials. Computer-aided instruction programs at high school, freshman course level have been developed. The software package was consist of five programs: The program contains explanation and problems for the calculation of resonance energy, molecular structure, mole concept. Rutherford's experiment. thermodynamic processes. Special course equipment package explanation mole concept, Rutherford's experiment, thermodynamic processes. Special course were designed in Science Education with the understanding that to a certain extent science values would be covered in all of the modified experiments and program models.
A Study on the Operational Skills of Apparatuses in Observation and Experiments
Park, Jae-Ho ; Moon, Jung-Dae ; Jo, Un-Bock ; Hwang, Soo-Jin ; Lee, Young-Joo ; Sim, Jeong-Ae ; Seong, Jeong-Hie ; Kim, Young ; Park, Jong-Kil ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 29~45
The purpose of this paper is to study the operational skills of apparatuses in observation and experiments a point of view of the teaching-learning guidance of the middle school science. In order to understand the actual condition of the field learner, the achivment levels of learner have been investigated on the operational skills of apparatuses, observation and experiments through 1120 students of 16 middle schools. The results showed that there were large differences at each item and especially, in animate natural part(physics and chemistry), the handling ability was very low to average 33 percentage. By the result of analyzing the actual condition of the experiment and field science from the question of 114 science teachers who work in 40 middle schools in P distriet. it has been recognized that though the lessons through the experiments stimulate the motivation of learning, it couldn't be mamaged efficently because of all the educational conditions. And it was revealed that the major part of Experiment was performed not by student who is subjective in the course of learning but by teacher through experiments.
A study on the size of science laboratory of middle school
Kim, Dai-Shik ; Yun, Jae-Keun ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 47~53
The standard of chair and desk is decided to design a science laboratory which would help students giving the chance to show their ability and participating spontaneously. The standard is come by the middle school students physical size of the 1986 national physical standard and they are classified into large, medium and small size. The size of laboratory is determined by the size of desk. the distance between desks and the number of students accommodated. By the middle school students physical standard, the heights of chair are 32, 34, 37cm and the widths of chair are 35, 37, 40cm. The desks heights are 53, 58, 63cm and the size is
. The distance between rear and front of desk is 120cm and the left and right side of desk is 150cm. When 24, 36, 60 students are accommodated in laboratory, the size of laboratories are
A Comparative Study of Doctoral Program for Science Education
Pak, Sung-Jae ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 55~79
The first doctoral program for science education was opened on March 1984 at Seoul National University in Korea. As a faculty member of the University, this researcher investigated the status of doctoral program of foreign countries through interview with instractors and students by visitation of some institutes, participation of seminars, observation of tutoring, reading of theses and the related papers, in order to compare them and to design a new one for our purpose. The number of science education doctoral degree holders is estimated about 4000, among them 3000 doctoral degree holders are from USA since Columbia University Teachers College started in 1930s at first, and about 1000 doctors from other mainly European countries including Germany and England since 1970s. This study concentrated to the doctoral program for science education of Columbia University(USA), King's College London(UK), and Monash University (Australia),so that proposed a few aspects of development on doctoral program for science education in Korea.
A Status Survey of Secondary Science Education in Kangwon Province and Development of Teaching/Learning Materials for Middle School Science 2:Status Survey of Middle School Science Education.
Cho, Hee-Hyung ; Lee, Moon-Won ; Cho, Young-Sin ; Han, In-Sook ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 81~87
In 1987 Ministry of Education published the 5th-revised version of curriculm, the main goal of which is to improve science and culture as well as to educate the students who are able to actively adapt to the 21st century's society. Howerver, the revised curriculum neglects the problems associated with the nature of and localized characteristics of science education. Therefore this research had its main objective to survey and analyze the status of science education of secondary schools in Kangwon Province and, based on the results, to develop the teaching/learning materials appropriate for science education in this province. This research is 3d-Year project and this paper is about its first year research results. The first year's main objective is to investigate and analyze the status of middle school science education, focusing on the curricular operation, science teachers, and lavoratory facilities and instruments. This research used the survey methods. The questionaires were sent to all the middle schools the number of which is 163, and 162 schools of which returned the survey questionaires. Based on the analyses of the data following conclusions were drawn. The average class size is 48.8 students. Almost all of the middle schools alocate the science class hours per week of 4,3,4 hours to first, second, third grade, respectively. However, the greater part of science teachers want 5,4,5 hours of science classes a week. Total number of science teachers exeeds the number actually needed, implicating that many science teachers are teaching non-major subjects. The lavoratory facilities and instruments are not sufficiently provided for lavoratory-based science education. Along with these conclusinons suggestions for better science educations are recommanded. Among the suggestions two are highly emphasized.They are: to increase science class hours; to use field lavoratory substituting for school lavoratory.
What should we do with pre-instructional conceptual frameworks? : A suggestion for instructional strategy
Jung, Hee-Ok ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 89~97
Popularization of Science and Technology:what informal and nonformal education can do?
Chai, Kwang-Pyo ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 99~107
외국대학교의 과학교육 박사학위 과정 예시
Park, Jong-Won ; Yu, Jun-Hui ; Jang, Byeong-Gi ; Park, Seung-Jae ;
Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education, volume 9, issue 2, 1989, Pages 109~133