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  • Study system in Science and Math's Mara Jekabsone
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    • Study system in includes the following interconnected components:
        • the philosophy of teaching science and math's;
        • balanced study content;
        • organisation of study process (various, active, cooperative);
        • evaluation (aims, tasks, process, result) .
    • Study system is formed according to a certain structure:
        • support (cooperation between students, teachers);
        • favourable study environment.
  • The aim of science and math's study The aim s and tasks of the subje c ts The results to achieve Study content and formation of syllabus Variety of methods and ways to achieve the planned results Results and statement of them – reflexive links
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  • The aim of teaching science at school is to develop comprehension and technological understanding The aim of mathematics – to develop this aspect of comprehension CARRIED OUT ACCORDING TO Balanced curriculum and methods. PUT INT PRACTICE BY DEVELOPING LIGH-LEVEL COGNITION SKILLS:
    • generating new ideas,
    • problem solving,
    • making decisions,
    • critical thinking, e.t.c.
    • The content of science subjects – physics, chemistry, biology – is organized in three blocks:
    • nature and techniques,
    • research process,
    • interaction of a
    • person, society
    • and environment,
    • scientific aspects
    • of them.
    NATURE STRUCTURE VARIETY REGULARITY PROCESSES SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH OF NATURE MODELLING EXPERIMENTING MEASURING IT USAGE ORAL COMMUNICATION USAGE OF MATHEMATICAL MODELS TECHNOLOGIES SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT
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    • In order achieve comprehension of mathematical processes it is important:
    • to know a certain amount
    • of mathematical facts,
    • methods, notions and regularities;
    • to develop skills of understanding
    • connectedness and make deductions;
    • to develop experience to recognize problems, solve
    • them using mathematical methods to interpret the results.
    MATHEMATICAL MODELS
  • A student’s learning process :
  • Students acquire cooperation skills as well. Students can work independently, in groups or in pairs. A teacher is mainly as an adviser (tutor). T S S S S S S
    • Modern study process includes two priorities:
    • students’ research process,
    • usage of modern technologies.
  • Evaluation process consists of the following steps: Planning Acquiring information Putting evaluation Analysis evaluation
  • LESSON The results a student can reach STUDY PROGRAMME The results a student can reach at the end of a certain theme STANDARD Basic demands for acquiring the subject Evaluation during study process Evaluation at the end of a certain theme Requirements of a standard au evaluated; evalution is at the end of a certain study period (for example – exams) Evaluation during study process: FORMATIVE EVALUATION SUMMATIVE EVALUATION
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