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|Other Titles:||The Construction of a Multiple-Intelligence-Oriented Science Learning System for Teaching Young Children the Concept of Weight|
Department od Education, NTNU
This aim of this project was to construct a multiple-intelligence-oriented preschool science learning and assessment system for teaching young children the concept of weight. Children’s learning activities were designed within the framework of Knower (exploration), doer (technological construction), and Dreamer (problem solving0, highlighting the scaffolding function in the learning situation. Assessment was three-dimensional: the scientific ability, intelligence and working style of young children were evaluated; there were construction and multiple analyses of students’ portfolios. This learning and assessment system was evaluated by experts from the fields of scientific education, cognitive psychology, education assessment and early childhood psychology, and found to be appropriate and effective. It cam be an effective means for enhancing young children’s conceptualization ability, procedural skills and learning motivation, and also facilitate the testing of children’s intelligence potential as early as possible.
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