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A Case Study of Preservice Secondary Science Teachers' Demonstration of STEAM Lessons (중등 예비과학교사의 STEAM 수업 시연에 대한 사례 연구)

  • Choi, Sookyeong;Lee, Jaewon;Noh, Taehee
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.35 no.4
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    • pp.665-676
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    • 2015
  • In this case study, we analyzed the processes of STEAM lessons conducted by preservice secondary science teachers. Three preservice science teachers at a college of education in Seoul participated in this study. After the workshop for STEAM education, they planned and practiced STEAM lessons. All of the teaching-learning materials were collected before lessons, and their lessons were observed and videotaped. Semi-structured interviews were also conducted before and after their lessons. The processes of STEAM lessons were analyzed while focusing on PCK and PDC. Their difficulties, needs, and views on STEAM education were also studied. It was found that they have taken much efforts to reflect the objectives and characteristics of STEAM education, and prepared teaching-learning materials by searching on the internet and arranging creative contents. Their great difficulty was to determine topics for STEAM lessons. While one preservice teacher satisfied with her lesson perceived STEAM education positively, the others perceived that it would be very difficult to practice STEAM lessons in school. For their STEAM lessons to be successful, the workshop needs to include some specific information on grades, proper topics for each grade, ways of making materials, and tips for effective STEAM lessons. In addition, it will be effective if the workshop is carried out after their study on constructivist learning theory and if they experience successful STEAM lessons.

A Multiple-Case Study of Preservice Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Teaching Demonstrations with Geometer's Sketchpad (예비 고등 수학교사들의 Geometer's Sketchpad 를 이용한 수업 시연에 관한 다중 사례 연구)

  • Kim, Somin
    • Journal of the Korean School Mathematics Society
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.303-323
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    • 2017
  • This is a multiple-case study of how preservice secondary mathematics teachers teach a particular mathematics using a technological tool. In a performance interview, the preservice teachers demonstrated how they would teach a specific mathematical topic using Geometer's Sketchpad. The results of this study showed that the preservice teachers designed diverse types of lesson plans and implemented different pedagogical and technological techniques in their teaching demonstrations. The findings suggest that preservice teachers' pedagogical content knowledge is an important factor in the integration of technology into their mathematics teaching. Thus, mathematics teacher educators should help preservice teachers gain a robust pedagogical content knowledge in order to effectively teach mathematics with technological tools.

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Measuring and Analyzing Prospective Secondary Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching [MKT] (예비교사들의 수학교수지식(MKT) 측정 및 분석 연구)

  • Jeon, Mihyun;Kim, Gooyeon
    • Journal of Educational Research in Mathematics
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.691-715
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    • 2015
  • This study explored preservice secondary mathematics teachers' mathematical knowledge for teaching [MKT]. In order to measure preservice teachers' MKT, we developed items according to Ball, Thames & Phelps (2008)'s domains and conducted to 53 preservice teachers. Also, we interviewed 1 preservice teacher with the items and a set of interview questions. The findings from the data analysis suggested as follows: a) overall, the preservice teachers scored average 30.2 out of 100; b) the preservice teachers appeared to be unable to explain students' difficulties in learning a specific mathematical idea and how they would respond to and resolve such difficulties.

Conceptions in Teaching and Learning of Secondary Pre-service Teachers (중등 수학 예비교사의 교수-학습 개념 연구)

  • Kwon, Na Young
    • Journal of the Korean School Mathematics Society
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.321-335
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    • 2014
  • This study aimed to investigate beliefs of secondary pre-service teachers in mathematics. In particular, conceptions of teaching and learning were examined, For the purpose of this study, using an instrument, Teaching and Learning Conceptions Questionnaire, developed by Chan & Elliot(2004), a survey was conducted for 86 secondary mathematics pre-service teachers in Incheon area. The results showed that the mathematics pre-service teachers strongly agreed with the constructivist perspectives. In addition, compared to the juniors, the seniors responded more positive in the questions relative to the traditionalist view and the male students agreed more with the traditional conceptions, as comparing to the female students in this study. This study had limitations on the extent of the research site and participant. However, it would provide foundational information about pre-service teachers for teacher educators.

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An analysis of Science Class According to Inquiry Score by Pre-Service Science Teacher (예비 과학 교사가 탐구 점수표에 따라 분석한 현장 과학 수업)

  • Kim, Young-Shin
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.23 no.5
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    • pp.561-573
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    • 2003
  • The teacher plays important role at students' achievement. This study analyses science class by pre-service science teacher. An survey tool for analysis of science class was composed of the lesson, student behavior, teacher behavior and questioning techniques. Pre-service science teacher analyzed the science class of 100 science teacher. The results of this study showed that pre-service science teacher analysis that current science class did not focused on inquiry-oriented. The score of science class did not statistically significantly difference by science teacher's characteristics as gender and age. Also, they analyses that science teacher use concept-oriented and teacher-oriented method.

Educational Implications of Pre-Service Science Teachers' Education by Analysis of Connection between Learning Contents Presented in the High School 'Science' and in the Pre-Service Science Textbooks of College of Education (고등학교 융합형 과학의 학습내용과 사범대학 예비과학교사 교육내용과의 연관성 분석을 통한 예비과학교사교육에 대한 시사점 고찰)

  • Kim, Nam-Hui;Shim, Kew-Cheol
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.35 no.3
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    • pp.363-374
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate the learning contents presented in high school science and in pre-service science textbooks of college of education, and to examine educational implications for pre-service science teachers by analysing their connection to each other. High school science is called as 'convergence science.' Seven high school science textbooks and eleven science textbooks related to physics, chemistry, biological science, and earth science for pre-service teachers were selected to analyse learning contents. The relationship between high school science with those of college-level science textbooks for pre-service science teachers was found when the learning contents were compared. Science textbooks for pre-service science teachers have the biggest number of learning contents on the chapter 'Energy and Environment' of high school science. About 86.6% of learning contents of high school science were introduced on textbooks on science, but pre-service teachers should learn the remainder. The part of learning contents presented in high school science textbooks was higher than the college-level for pre-service science teachers. Moreover, the part of learning contents was included in Engineering & Technology. And these required a special teacher education. Accordingly, the results suggested that learning contents for high school science should be optimized and reduced. Also, various educational programs should be developed and educational curriculum for pre-service science teachers should be revised.

The Influence of Pre-service Chemistry Teachers' View of Learning on Their Practice Teaching (예비화학교사의 학습관이 실습수업에 미친 영향)

  • Koh, Eun Jung;Choi, Byung-Soon
    • Journal of the Korean Chemical Society
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    • v.57 no.6
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    • pp.830-844
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study were to analyze characteristics of pre-service chemistry teachers' practice teaching and to investigate the relationship between their practice teaching characteristics and the view of learning. Three pre-service chemistry teachers were selected for this study. Their 9 practice teaching videos that recorded during practice teaching were observed, transcribed, and analyzed. Responses of questionnaires about their view of learning and interviews were transcribed and analyzed. Almost all of the characteristics of pre-service teachers' practice teaching seemed to be reflected in their view of learning. Pre-service teacher K had a lot of constructive view of learning, so comparatively many features of constructivism was presented in practice teaching. Pre-service teacher M had a lot of traditional view of learning, so many traditional features appeared in practice teaching. However, sometimes pre-service teachers' view of learning did not appear to their practice teaching because of several factors. In particular, a few cases that constructive view of learning was not reflected in the practice teaching appeared, especially pre-service teacher H. Factors were the practice school's conditions and the effects of tutors.

Pre-Service Teachers' Perception about the Geological Heritage and the Necessity for its Education (예비 교사들의 지질유산에 대한 인식과 교육의 필요성)

  • Kim, Tae Hyeong;Kong, Dal-Yong;Lim, Jong-Deock
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.47 no.2
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    • pp.32-45
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    • 2014
  • The aim of this study is to raise a cognition and necessity of effective geoheritage education for pre-service teachers. We conducted a survey research of 190 elementary and secondary pre-service teachers in Chung-buk province, 2013. The survey showed that pre-service teachers did not recognize and explain geoheritatges well due to lack of education even though they have heard about 'geoheritages' through broadcast media. Although most pre-service teachers were not trained for geoheritage courses, some of them were educated from their elementary and middle school teachers. However, even the trained pre-service teachers have insufficient cognition for geoheritages, either. Some of pre-service teachers recognized the significance of geoheritages and responded to a necessity of geoheritage education. The pre-service teachers recognized that education for geoheritages is not included in present elementary and secondary curriculum, even though education of geoheritages by teachers at school would be the most effective approach. Furthermore, the pre-service teachers answered that elementary school curriculum should raise much curiosity and provide effective learning for geoheritage education even though negative views are present such that students may have to spend considerable time for geoheritage education. Finally, the pre-service teachers expect to experience with field activities for geoheritage education as a present curriculum, and responded that they would prefer video aids for education provided from professional geoheritage organization. As a result of this investigation we provide strategy for introducing to Pre-service teachers about value and preciousness of geoheritage.

Longitudinal Research on the Development of Teaching Ability of Pre-service Science Teachers (예비 과학 교사의 수업 능력 발달에 대한 종단적 연구)

  • Han, JaeYoung
    • Journal of Science Education
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    • v.37 no.2
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    • pp.310-322
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    • 2013
  • The college of education should support pre-service science teachers to develop various abilities as a teacher, in which the teaching ability is the most fundamental one. This study is the result of a longitudinal research project following the processes that pre-service science teachers develop their teaching ability in a college of education. The data gathered include movie clips of seminar presentation, teaching demonstration, secondary school science experiment, and classes in the practicum. In order to analyze the teaching abilities in various context, a framework was developed. The framework consists of 'content,' 'progress,' and 'verbal/nonverbal' with which the movie clips of 5 pre-service science teachers were analyzed. The teaching abilities of pre-service science teachers showed overall development, that include the understanding of learners and curriculum in the 'content,' the time-management and the interaction with learners in the 'progress,' and the nonverbal behavior in the 'verbal/nonverbal.' The implications were discussed on the education in the college of education, such as the increase of teaching opportunities for pre-service science teachers and the support for those opportunities.

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The Change of Prospective Teachers' Comments on Elementary Mathematics Instruction by Teaching Practicum and Discussion about Lessons (교육실습 및 수업 논의를 통한 예비 교사들의 초등 수학 수업에 대한 비평 변화)

  • Pang, JeongSuk;Sunwoo, Jin
    • Journal of Elementary Mathematics Education in Korea
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.259-281
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    • 2016
  • Teaching practicum plays a significant role in teacher education program because it provides pre-service teachers with an opportunity to apply what they have learned to the actual teaching contexts. As such, it needs to be conducted in terms of close collaboration between university and school. Given that, in a mathematics methods course the prospective teachers in this study had an opportunity to discuss mathematics lessons they had implemented during their teaching practicum. This paper analyzed in what ways prospective teachers' comments on elementary mathematics instruction were changed through this experience. The results of this study showed that in late comment the teachers tended to focus more on mathematical discourse, consider not only the teacher of the lesson but also students, and suggest alternative approaches on the classroom events they had noticed. It is noticeable that the results analyzed by researchers were consistent with prospective teachers' self-assessment. Building on these results, this paper provides implications of teacher preparation programs to enhance prospective teachers' ability to analyze elementary mathematics lessons.