NOVOTNÝ, Jan and Jindřiška SVOBODOVÁ. THE ROLE OF CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. In Euro-American Conference for Academic Disciplines, IJAS Conference of the International Journal of Arts and Sciences. 2015.
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Original name THE ROLE OF CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING IN SCIENCE EDUCATION
Name in Czech THE ROLE OF CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING IN SCIENCE EDUCATION
Authors NOVOTNÝ, Jan and Jindřiška SVOBODOVÁ.
Edition Euro-American Conference for Academic Disciplines, IJAS Conference of the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 2015.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Presentations at conferences
Field of Study 50300 5.3 Education
Country of publisher France
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
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Organization unit Faculty of Education
Keywords (in Czech) critical thinking, correlation study creativity
Keywords in English critical thinking, correlation study creativity
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Abstract
The paper focuses on how to promote deep understanding by investigating the students to question their conceptual ideas of how the challenge of Universe looks, and on how to correct these views. We present our experiences with new instructional unit developed for science students and our ideas for teacher professional development.The ability to ask and answer questions is central to teaching and learning. We have initiated excercises to stimulate students to ask question about presented Tziolkovsky illustrations. Questions were based on students own observations. We try to explore any relationship among creativity and persons asking questions skill. We used science illustrations for this purpose and standardised creativity test. We recorded their questions and responses about problem presented in the pictures. Our research indicates, that relationship among students creativity and his skill for question asking could be exists.
Abstract (in Czech)
The paper focuses on how to promote deep understanding by investigating the students to question their conceptual ideas of how the challenge of Universe looks, and on how to correct these views. We present our experiences with new instructional unit developed for science students and our ideas for teacher professional development.The ability to ask and answer questions is central to teaching and learning. We have initiated excercises to stimulate students to ask question about presented Tziolkovsky illustrations. Questions were based on students own observations. We try to explore any relationship among creativity and persons asking questions skill. We used science illustrations for this purpose and standardised creativity test. We recorded their questions and responses about problem presented in the pictures. Our research indicates, that relationship among students creativity and his skill for question asking could be exists.
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