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Title: 職前中學化學教師之科學與化學概念探究--個案研究
The Investigation of Preservice Chemistry Teachers' Conceptions of Science and Chemistry
Authors: 段曉林
Contributors: 科學教育研究所
Keywords: 化學看法;科學看法;職前科學教師
Conceptions of chemistry;Conceptions of science;Preservice chemistry teachers
Date: 1994-06
Issue Date: 2012-11-22T07:42:38Z
Publisher: 中華民國科學教育學會
Abstract: 本研究的目的在以個案研究之方法研究一班職前化學教師對科學與化學的看法,以了解這些職前教師對於科學與化學的看法是否符合當前科學教育的潮流。由於科學教育的發展隨時代的不同與科學哲學的演進而有所改變,其目標由重視學科知識傳授,絕對客觀的科學方法,到現今注重科學是具有道德與倫理上價值判斷的科學,科學與科技和社會是密切的結合而不可分開的。職前化學教師是傳播科教方針的重要媒介,因此了解職前化學教師對科學與化學的看法將有助於科學教育學者體認一些現況,以做為改進未來科學教育師資培育課程之奠石。
Preservice science teachers is one of the important factors to transmit current goals of science education to the pupils. Thus, understanding preservice secondary science teachersch39r conceptions of science will help science educators to have deep insight of science teachersch39r thoughts in order to improve future science education.
The purpose of this study is to investigate preservice chemistry teachersch39r conceptions of science and chemistry. One class of preservice secondary chemistry teachers enrolled in one chemical teaching methods class at an educational university in Taiwan are enrolled in the study. Data resources include studentsch39r written responses and verbal responses of their conceptions of science and chemistry. Later, data are analyzed by deductive and analytic way. The findings are presented using assertions accompany with direct evidence.
The findings of this study indicate that most of preservice secondary chemistry teachers view science and chemistry as a kind of knowledge and process. Their descriptions of these two concepts seem similar with scientists or chemists. In other words, science and chemistry are more like strick disciplines to these preservice teachers.
The study suggests that science education should incorporate STS and constructivist views of science into their teacher education program, so that preservice teachers can related these views of science to their pupils.
Relation: 科學教育學刊, 2(1): 39-53
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