Introduction The 2015 students' protest movements have been observed calling for the decolonization of the University curriculum. This came after 21 years since the country gained independence from apartheid ( Mbembe, 2016 ). The South African
curriculum framework -- “Early Childhood Education & Care Curriculum Framework (ECECCF).” The ECECCF was launched in 2016, marking the beginning of a new era of Taiwan’s early childhood education. This ECECCF consists of six areas of learning to
information and performance levels so that the curriculum will be implemented. Due to privacy, personal information is removed, and there are 27 input features to learning in this study. The target of modeling is discretized based on the score. To extract the
of creativity: Prospects and paradigms, Handbook of Creativity . New York : Cambridge University Press . Tsai , Q. ( 2008 ). Constructivism oriented curriculum design
Although many areas of major national need depend critically on professionals trained in nuclear and radiochemistry, educational opportunities and student interest in this area have declined steadily for the last twenty years. One major contributing factor to the lack of student interest is that most students in science and chemistry courses are never introduced to these topics. This deficiency in science curricula, coupled with the negative public perception towards all things nuclear, has resulted in a serious shortage of individuals with a background in this area. We propose to address this problem by educating the educators — providing faculty from two- and four-year colleges and high school science teachers with the curriculum materials, training, and motivation to incorporate these topics on a continuing basis in their curricula. Two advantages of this approach are: (1) it will generate scientists with a basic understanding of this field and (2) as teachers incorporate nuclear topics, many students will have the opportunity to reflect on the role of science in a technological society.
It is well known that several reports on the common educational problems of nuclear chemistry have been prepared by certain groups of experts from time to time. According to very important statements in these reports, nuclear chemistry and related courses generally do not take sufficient importance in undergraduate chemistry curricula and it was generally proposed that nuclear chemistry and related courses should be introduced into undergraduate chemistry curricula at universities worldwide. Starting from these statements, an ideal program in an undergraduate chemistry curriculum was proposed to be introduced into the undergraduate chemistry program at the Department of Chemistry, Ege University, in Izmir, Turkey during the regular updating of the chemistry curriculum. Thus, it has been believed that this Department of Chemistry has recently gained an ideal teaching program in the field of nuclear chemistry and its applications in scientific, industrial, and medical sectors. In this contribution, the details of this program will be discussed.
In this paper we assess the utility of the curriculum vita (CV) as a data source for examining the career paths of scientists and engineers. CVs were obtained in response to an email message sent to researchers working in the areas of biotechnology and microelectronics. In addition, a number of CVs were obtained "passively" from a search of the Internet. We discuss the methodological issues and problems of this data collection strategy and the results from an exploratory analysis using OLS regression and event history analysis. In sum, despite difficulties with coding and variation in CV formats, this collection strategy seems to us to hold much promise.
The paper describes the curriculum subject matter and its placement in the didactic processes at the Institute of Library and Information Science (Instytut Bibliotekoznawstwa i Informacji Naukowej IBIN) at the Warsaw University comparing some elements with other academic schools in Poland. Bibliographic traditions, and traditions in teaching the history of science are indicated as the basis for the present state of affairs. In addition to the discussion of classes and topics dealing with bibliometrics and scientometrics, also problems of reading list repertoire and subject matter of research work, connected with the didactic activity considered, are discussed. In the conclusions it is stated that inadequate explicitness of the scope and object of bibliometrics bears on the dispersion and lack of self-subsistence of bibliometrics substance.
Zenei nevelés Kovászna és Hargita megye magyar tannyelvű elemi osztályaiban
Music Education in Hungarian Primary Classes in Kovászna and Hargita Counties
Összefoglaló. Napjainkban a társadalom a művészeti nevelést az iskolai rendszerben történő műveltség elsajátításával hozza párhuzamba. Ennek értelmében olyan zenei készségek és képességek fejlesztését szükséges megvalósítani az iskola keretei között, amely hatással van a személyiség komplex fejlődésére. Jelen tanulmány a Kovászna és Hargita megyei magyar tannyelvű osztályaiban történő zenei nevelés fontosságára és a zene- és mozgástantervek hatékonyságára reflektál tanítók körében végzett kvalitatív és kvantitatív kutatások alapján. Eredményeink szerint a 2013/14-es tanévben megjelenő zene- és mozgástanterv pozitívan függ össze az iskolai zenei neveléssel. A mozgás bevezetésével a pedagógusok erőteljesebb hangsúlyt fektettek a népi gyermekjátékok és a néptánc oktatására.
Summary. Nowadays society parallels Arts Education with the acquirement of learning within the framework of the curriculum, in other words in a school system. Consequently, it is necessary to develop those musical skills and abilities within the school that have a beneficial effect on the complex growth of the person. This present study reflects the importance of music education in Kovászna and Hargita counties in Hungarian classes and the effectiveness of music and movement curricula through qualitative and quantitative research made among teachers. Our results show that the new music and movement curriculum is associated with musical education in schools. Including movement into the lessons, teachers place even more emphasis on teaching popular games and folk dance.