PRESENTATION OF NATURAL SCIENCE ACTIVITIES "WINDOW TO NATURE"Journal
: GAMTAMOKSLINIS UGDYMAS BENDROJO UGDYMO MOKYKLOJE / NATURAL SCIENCE EDUCATION IN A COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL (Vol.25, No. 0)
Publication Date: 2019-04-25
Authors : Jūratė Masiulienė; Jurgita Steponaitienė;
Page : 55-59
Keywords : critical thinking; achatina fulica; caligo memnon; practical activities; primary school methodology; responsibility in nature; positive education;
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At all times, the primary teacher has faced various challenges and goals. Each generation brings new expectations and challenges. And this generation, like no other, seeks to know the world around us with all the senses. The contemporary teacher develops students' ability to think critically and creatively, solves theoretical and practical problems, sees a close relationship between nature and man and the world around, takes personal responsibility for the preservation of the environment, protects the health of theirs and others. Therefore, we are increasingly talking about the importance of getting out of class, crossing school boundaries, seeing what surrounds us, discovering opportunities to learn from nature in nature, finding innovative solutions to make learning a truly exciting, attractive activity for every modern child. It is important for the digital world indigenous to learn to be in nature, to watch animals, plants, natural phenomena, to know values, to learn to behave responsibly with nature, to see how much and interesting activities in it can be discovered, and how much there is to know, experience, feel, experiment, study and analyse.
We invite you to familiarize yourself with a few of our activities that have evolved and matured from the great desire to "interest and surprise students with science education every day". Many of kindergartens and schools in Vilnius are interested in our activities. We are pleased to show you what has been achieved in pre-school and primary school students, prospective teachers. About our school-class butterflies and snails, the wonders of the planetarium, created by the visitors themselves, were filmed and told by the Positive Diary and TV show "Our Animals."
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