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Teaching of science

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Teaching of science

  1. 1. SCIENCE is about wonderful nature and natural phenomena and led to wonder and awe. Science used experiment or perform experimental process. NATURE OF SCIENCE 1. Science is a wonderful world. 2. Science is evidence-based. 3. Science has limits. 4. Science knowledge is inherently uncertain 5. Science is dynamic and expanding body of knowledge. 6. Science is both a product and a process. 7. Science is a field of study.
  2. 2. LEARNING AREA STANDARD Based on the K to 12 Curriculum Guide for Science, the main goal of Science teaching is scientific literacy. The Learning area standard for science teaching is Wholistic. HEAD HEARTHANDS Holistic
  3. 3. Scientific attitudes and values that Science teaching wants to integrate 1. Critical Problem Solving 2. Innovation of beneficial products. 3. Environmental Care 4. Conservation of resources 5. Enhancement of integrity and wellness 6. Informed decision-making 7. Discussion of relevant issues that involves science, technology and environment.
  4. 4. Belief Curiosity Inventiveness Humility Open-mindedness Critical-mindedness Objectivity Intellectual Honesty Risk-takingResponsibility
  5. 5. Science teaching in K to 12 Curriculum intends to help form Science students who have the making of scientist and so one who is scientifically literate: 1. Equipped with repertoire of competences important in the world of work and in a knowledge based society. 2. Scientifically, Technologically and Environmentally literate and productive member of society. 3. Critical Problem solver. 4. Responsible steward of Nature. 5. Innovative and Creative Citizen. 6. Informed decision-maker. 7. Effective Communicator.
  6. 6. SCOPE of Science GRADE LEVEL GR 3 GR 4 GR 5 GR 6 GR 7 GR 8 GR 9 GR 10 1st CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM PHY BIO EART H 2nd BIO BIO BIO BIO BIO EART H CHEM PHY 3rd PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY CHEM EART H BIO 4th EART H EART H EART H EART H EART H BIO PHY CHEM The Subject matter for Science in K to 12 Curriculum which follow Spiral Progression Approach.
  7. 7. THEORIES of Teaching Science a. Constructivism b. Social Cognition c. Learning Styles d. Brain-based Learning Theory e. Experiential Learning f. Situated Learning g. Reflective Learning h. Discovery Learning i. Cooperative Learning
  8. 8. Brain-based Learning Theory Principles: 1. The brain is a parallel processor. 2. The search for meaning is innate. 3. The search for meaning occurs through “patterning”. 4. Emotions are critical to patterning. 5. Learning is enhanced by a challenge and inhabited by threat.
  9. 9. GUIDING PRINCIPLES IN THE TEACHING OF SCIENCE 1. Constructivist principles 2. Discovery Principles 3. Brain-based Principles 4. Collaborative Principles 5. Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles
  10. 10. THE INQUIRY-BASED APPROACH 1. Learner engages in scientifically-oriented question. 2. Learner gives priority to evidence in responding to question. 3. Learner formulates explanation from evidence. 4. Learner connects explanations to scientific evidence. 5. Learner communicates and justifies explanation. Essential features of Inquiry
  11. 11. Different Levels of Inquiry in the Classroom OPEN GUIDED STRUCTURED
  12. 12. Science is a process. Teachers are advised to teach Science by doing science not only by knowing science concepts. Observing Measuring Classifying PredictingInferring Communicating Experimenting Using space/time relations Defining Operationally Formulating Hypotheses Recognizing Variables Interpreting Data Formulating Models
  13. 13. Science teaching in K to 12 Curriculum intends to help form Science students who have the making of scientist and so one who is scientifically literate. Science expected to develop in the students scientific attitudes and values Science is a process. Teachers are advised to teach Science by doing science not only by knowing science concepts. CONCLU SION:
  14. 14. Presented by: Group 3 BEE III-2 Albie Joyce O. Villanueva Alyssa Marie R. Ferrer Jana Mae M. Aquino Jenny Rose S. Nano Mary Joy C. Ambat Marichu C. Castillo Kristine P. Aragon Eunice N. Ferrer Jeric D. Lazo Pangasinan State University Bayambang, Pangasinan

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