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What does it mean to work scientifically and what are the implications for teaching and learning in chemistry?

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  • Post Date 2018-11-05T04:22:55+00:00
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What does it mean to work scientifically and what are the implications for teaching and learning in chemistry?

3500 words in length or equivalent.

 

 

Assignment title: 3500 words

Reflect on chemistry subject, its place in the national curriculum and in the school system. Show critical awareness of the nature of teaching and learning in your chemistry. It should be 3500 words in length or equivalent.

 

What does it mean to work scientifically and what are the implications for teaching and learning in chemistry?

1.         Why do we teach science in school? Use the National curriculum, experience and professional literature to help make a strong case(approximately 850 words).

2.         Working scientifically includes learning about the nature of science, and the processes and methods scientists use. Analyse the approaches taken by the school regarding this aspect of teaching and learning, (departmental aims, Schemes of work, lessons).  Use research and professional literature (approximately 2000 words).

3.         Conclusion: Write a conclusion explaining the implications of your findings for a beginning teacher, training to teach science. Explain also how you will seek to develop and extend chemistry and pedagogical knowledge in the school(approximately 650 words).

 

 


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