Science for children

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Abstract

This book introduces readers to the pedagogy of primary and early childhood science education. The book pays special attention to the three strands of science, in accordance with the Australian Curriculum. It also uses the practice principles and learning outcomes of the national Early Years Learning Framework to present content for babies through to the transition into the Foundation year at school. Science for Children explores various approaches to teaching and learning in science. It covers inquiry approaches in detail; makes explicit links to the 5Es; critiques longstanding approaches, such as discovery approaches and a transmission approach; and explores Indigenous perspectives and a Vygotskian framework. This allows the reader to make informed choices about when to use a particular approach in primary classrooms and early childhood settings
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCambridge University Press
Number of pages314
ISBN (Print)978110754870
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Science
  • Study and teaching
  • Early childhood
  • Primary

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Fleer, M. (2015). Science for children. Cambridge University Press.
Fleer, Marilyn. / Science for children. Cambridge University Press, 2015. 314 p.
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