Posts Tagged ‘science education’

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Learning from experience: How and where to start again after the lockdown

Going back to school after several months of lockdown highlighted the need for us teachers to reflect on the ways we teach and interact with our students. For this reason, a team of Italian Scientix Ambassadors organized an online event to exchange ideas and discuss with experts. During the...

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6 Best Reasons to Study Science and Technology

The infinite possibilities of science Science and technology are broad terms. While most people imagine that the job of a scientist boils down to wearing a lab coat and looking at things through a microscope, there is a lot more to it than that, and the job itself can...

The Lab 0_6 a pedagogical project to approach science to children up to 6 years old

The Lab 0_6: Discovery, Research and Documentation Centre for Science Education in Early Childhood is a Free-choice Science space addressed to children from 0-6 years old and their families. We are located in the university premises of UManresa (a Campus from Universitat de Vic-Universitat Central de Catalunya) and have...

Science Center MUDIC: we continue to share STEM experiences from home

The Didactic and Interactive Science Museum of Vega Baja del Segura of the Valencian Community (MUDIC-VBS-CV) is located in facilities of the Miguel Hernández University and is a science center dedicated to presenting universal laws and principles, as well as, scientific phenomena so that they transcend time and context,...

Misconceptions and Understanding Science

In the context of enhancing science and science education, the perception on misconceptions cannot just be ignored. The cognitive misalignment between students’ ideas and corresponding concepts definitely creates the need for some theoretical terminology to pinpoint and thus aim to solve these differences. Misconceptions in science cause students to...