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|Other Titles:||An Exploratory Study on the Science Learning Traits and Abilities of Aboriginal Young Children Through Community Resources|
Science Education Center,National Normal University
The purposes of this study were to explore aboriginal children’s learning traits under their socio cultural context and to develop scientific concepts from their life experiences. Qualitative research method was adopted. Subjects were selected from a Taroko kindergarten. Teachers and parents were included. Data were collected including observations, interviews, and related documents. The findings of this study were as follows: 1. The aboriginal children’s traits have active exploration, self- learning, extending learning materials, acute power of observation, various creativities, like to play by new ways, and easy to deal with. 2. The aboriginal children learned scientific abilities through the five sense organs, relevant experiences associated with families, and to make records to search answers when encountering questions. 3. The gains of aboriginal children from the scientific activities were to know more interesting plants and insects in the nature, to understand the cultural intelligence from their tradition, and to have abundant time and space to do self-exploration in the nature.
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