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Journal of the Korean society of earth science education
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The Korean Society of Earth Science Education
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Volume 9, Issue 3 - Dec 2016
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Aug 2016
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Apr 2016
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Development and Effects of Smart Personalized Assessment(SPA) System for Using of Diagnostic and Formative Assessment in Earth Science Classes
Son, Jun Ho ; Kim, Jonghee ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 1~14
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.1
The purpose of this study is to develop SPA system using diagnostic and formative assessment in earth science classes in order to discuss its effect on learning achievement and self-directed learning attitude. For this purpose, we developed total management system, app for teachers, and app for students. This research was practiced to 76 students in 5th grade. The results are as follows. Firstly, the group taking a class used by app for diagnostic and formative assessment had an effect of improving learning achievement. However, as for learning achievement long term endurance test, the group taking a class using app for diagnostic and formative assessment had no effect. Secondly, the group taking a class using apps for diagnostic and formative assessment had an effect of improving learners` self-directed learning attitude. As for self-directed long-term endurance test, the group taking a class using app for diagnostic and formative assessment had an effect. In conclusion, I hope that this SPA system might apply to the science classes as it is a system that will satisfy the needs of both teachers and students, giving much needed feedback to students.
Development and Application of the Student-centered Elementary Science Textbook Model: Focusing on Earth Science
Chae, Dong-hyun ; Lim, Sung-man ; Lee, Hyo-nyong ; Han, Je-jun ; Lee, Sang-gyun ; Kim, Eun-jeong ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 15~26
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.15
The purpose of this study was to develop the student-centered elementary science textbook model and explore the applicability of the school. For this study we conducted a literature survey and analysis of domestic and foreign books, surveys, and then developed a textbook model of student-centered instruction. We have selected the three elementary school, three grades, fifty-seven students to apply the model developed textbooks. Textbook model of Earth was developed as a center of student activity. Applying the results of development of textbooks in the field, students were interested about the student-centered textbooks and they were felt that the development of textbooks were textbook that students can study on their own. Through this research it could confirm that it should be provided feedback to causes of the reflective thinking of students in the textbook for the development of student-centered textbook.
The Effect on Science-Related Attitudes of High School Students for Newspaper in Education(NIE)
Joo, Min-Sun ; Youn, Seok-Tai ; Koh, Yeong-Koo ; Kim, Jong-Hee ; Oh, Kang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 27~38
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.27
Through the systematic analysis on articles about the environment in newspapers, the news reports were considered as effective materials, so after being reconstructed, they were used as learning materials in a lesson on environment contamination which is newly introduced in Earth Science I from the 2009 curriculum revision. To examine students` attitude toward science, before and after NIE application to the students, Test of Science Related Attitudes(TOSRA) as a test tool was carried out which was composed of 7 categories - four optional questionnaires for each category, 28 in total were used. The result was as follows: in a pretest, based upon the average scores by factors the factors ranked from the highest to the lowest as follows: the social meaning of science, the acceptance of the scientific attitude, the commonness of a scientist, the attitude to scientific exploration, the pleasure in science class, the vocational interest in science, the concern over science as a hobby, and in posttest, their ranking as follows: the acceptance of the scientific attitude, the pleasure in science class, the commonness of a scientist, the social meaning of science, the attitude to scientific exploration, the vocational interest in science, the concern over science as a hobby. Also they were all statistically significant at a significant level p<0.05. However, the test revealed that there were some negative effects on the social meaning of science and the attitude to scientific exploration and therefore it is judged that in order to overcome those influences, some bright articles about solving the environment contamination should be applied to the lessons and be complemented effectively by experiments and various media: NIE as well as science magazines, data from Internet search and treatises on science.
The Study of Investigating the Way Applying a School Garden for the Creative Experience Activity
Moon, Byoung-chan ; Kim, Yong-tack ; Lim, Hyoung-seon ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 39~53
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.39
The purpose of this study was to investigate the way applying a school garden for the creative experience activity on the school learning program. For this study, the 27s elementary students who were the 5th and 6th grades participated in this program. And the 10units lessons programs what were consisted with the inquiry, debating, and cooperating activities were developed, and applying to classroom and school garden. The key concepts of developing program were `rocks which were in the school garden`. he results are follows, for the creative experience activity on the school teaching/learning program, the school garden has useful value as teaching/learning field. The teaching/learning activity applying the school garden makes an offer the awareness to students that the knowledges learned in school were actually relative with their life. Also, the students are affirmatively participate to learning, debate, and cooperate activities because the school garden is very familiar environment to them. Lastly, the students are interesting in learning classes because they think that the school garden environments will reform actually to new shape of their ideas. After this learning were finishing, most of students indicated their intention with satisfaction. Some of them suggested applying the additional program using the school garden. Consequently, the school garden has the very useful value for applying program of the teaching/learning in elementary school education.
The Influence of Learning Cycle Emphasized Exploration on Elementary School Students` Science Learning Motivation and Scientific Attitude
Kim, Soon-shik ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 54~64
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.54
The purpose of this study was to see the influences of science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration on science learning motivation and scientific attitude of elementary students. The results drawn from this analysis were as below. Firstly, positive relationship was found between science learning motivation and science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration among the research group. This shows that science learning motivation was improved by science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration. It indicates that science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration is effective in improving science learning motivations. Secondly, positive relationship was found between scientific attitude and science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration among the research group and this means that science class applying learning cycle that emphasizes exploration stimulates intellectual curiosity of elementary school students and improves their scientific attitude. Thirdly, students thought that science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration was very effective to improve their satisfaction, interest, participation in their science classes. Above results show that science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration is highly effective for elementary students. Thus, it is needed to utilize science class applying learning cycle emphasized exploration to current science class as it can promote wider scientific activities among elementary school students.
Research Trends of Studies Related to the Nature of Science in Korea Using Semantic Network Analysis
Lee, Sang-Gyun ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 65~87
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.65
The purpose of this study is to examine Korean journals related to science education in order to analyze research trends into Nature of science in Korea. The subject of the study is the level of Korean Citation Index (KCI-listed, KCI listing candidates), that can be searched by the key phrase, "Nature of science" in Korean language through the RISS service. In this study, the Descriptive Statistical Analysis Method is utilized to discover the number of research articles, classifying them by year and by journal. Also, the Sementic Network Analysis was conducted to Word Cloud Analysis the frequency of key words, Centrality Analysis, co-occurrence and Cluster Dendrogram Analysis throughout a variety of research articles. The results show that 91 research papers were published in 25 journals from 1991 to 2015. Specifically, the 2 major journals published more than 50% of the total papers. In relation to research fields., In addition, key phrases, such as `Analysis`, `recognition`, `lessons`, `science textbook`, `History of Science` and `influence` are the most frequently used among the research studies. Finally, there are small language networks that appear concurrently as below: [Nature of science - high school student - recognize], [Explicit - lesson - effect], [elementary school - science textbook - analysis]. Research topic have been gradually diversified. However, many studies still put their focus on analysis and research aspects, and there have been little research on the Teaching and learning methods.
The Effects of Science Academic Achievement and Scientific Attitudes on `The Earth and Moon` Using Small Inquiry Method
Lee, Yongseob ; Kim, Yoonkyung ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 88~96
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.88
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of Jigsaw small inquiry method on science academic achievement and scientific attitudes. For this study, two classes of six graders were divided into a research group and a comparative group. The classes were pre-tested in order to ensure the same standard. The research group had the science class with Jigsaw small inquiry method, and the comparative group had the class with a teacher centered lectures for 12 classes for 12 weeks. The Jigsaw small inquiry method was focused on the introduction stage, the whole group activities, professional group activities, restart the whole group activities, supplementary structured study guide, results announced, and excellent group rewards. To prove the effects of this study, science learning motivation was split up based on the attention power, relation, confidence, and sense of satisfaction. The results of this study are as follows. First, Jigsaw small inquiry method is effective in science academic achievement. Second, Jigsaw small inquiry method is effective in scientific attitudes. Also, Jigsaw small inquiry method was approved by students. Consequently, Jigsaw small inquiry method had the great effects on developing science academic achievement for the elementary science class. That means the science class with Jigsaw small inquiry method has potential to develop science academic achievement and scientific attitudes.
The Effects of `Solar System and Star` Using Storytelling on Science Concept and Science Learning Motivation
Kim, Yoonkyung ; Lee, Yongseob ;
Journal of the Korean society of earth science education, volume 9, issue 1, 2016, Pages 97~105
DOI : 10.15523/JKSESE.2016.9.1.97
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of storytelling skill on science concept and science learning motivation. For this study the 5 grade, 2 class was divided into a research group and a comparative group. The class was pre-tested in order to ensure the same standard. The research group had the science class with storytelling skill, and the comparative group had the class of the teacher centered lectures on 11 classes in 8 weeks. The storytelling skill was focused on set the astronomical target wants to set up a story, through the small group discussion, present subject of the story, set the protagonist of the story for smooth configuration of the story, in order to smooth the flow of the story, make up a story around a hero, to make a clear story, decorated with pictures, shapes, graphs, etc, group story, complete with an astronomical(saints) in storytelling. To prove the effects of this study, science concept was split up according to knowledge, inquiry, attitude. Also, science learning motivation consisted of assignment is worth, learning beliefs about control, self efficacy. The results of this study are as follows. First, using storytelling skill was effective in science concept. Second, using storytelling skill was effective in science learning motivation. Also, after using storytelling skill was good reaction by students. As a result, the elementary science class with storytelling skill had the effects of developing science concept and science learning motivation. It means the science class with storytelling skill has potential possibilities and value to develop science concept and science learning motivation.