Organizing principles of a school-museum teaching intervention for pre-school children

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Koliopoulos, Dimitris, Gkouskou, E. and Arapaki, Xenia 2012. Organizing principles of a school-museum teaching intervention for pre-school children. Skholê: Cahiers de la recherche et du Développement. 17, pp. 21-25.
AuthorsKoliopoulos, Dimitris, Gkouskou, E. and Arapaki, Xenia
Abstract

This work is part of a wider research on the design and the evaluation of a teaching intervention that is aimed at
children of preschool age with the cooperation of school and museum of zoology. This paper refers to the general
principles of the proposed teaching intervention. These principles are referring to (a) the structure and content of
school knowledge on the subject, (b) the constructive approach of teaching and learning of science in early childhood
education and (c) the museological conception on the teaching effectiveness of programs when they are carried
out with the cooperation of school and museum environment. In this study will be described the content of
those three principles together with the objectives, structure and content of teaching activities that can be implemented
mainly in the zoological museum

KeywordsPreschool education; zoological museum; animal classification; cognitive precursor models
JournalSkholê: Cahiers de la recherche et du Développement
Journal citation17, pp. 21-25
ISSN1263-5898
Year2012
PublisherInstitut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres de l'Université d'Aix-Marseille
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PrintApr 2012
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Deposited01 Dec 2016
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"Skholê: Cahiers de la recherche et du Développement, Volume 17" contains the proceedings of the symposium, SIEST: Séminaire Inter laboratoires sur l'Éducation Scientifique et Technologique, Tunis, 2012.

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