Reprint

Approaches and Methods of Science Teaching and Sustainable Development

Edited by
March 2022
284 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3421-3 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3422-0 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Approaches and Methods of Science Teaching and Sustainable Development that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

This book “Approaches and Methods of Science Teaching and Sustainable Development”, edited by Dr. David González Gómez and Dr. Jin Su Jeong, aims to provide a solid research corpus for addressing the challenges needed to provide adequate science and sustainable development education to scholars with different levels of education. Sustainability is starting to form a part of the curricula for many educational institutions. However, efforts must be taken to ensure proper implementation and development of sustainability-oriented topics seeking the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in higher education as well as fresh perspectives on continuing challenges.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
creativity development methods; visual mnemonic devices; creativity; fluid mechanics; renewable energy; learn to learn; windpump; reflective thinking; higher education; sustainability; education; engineering; micro-curriculum; PMU; sustainability education; design-based learning; individual competency; engineering education; STEM education; primary education; science teaching; active teaching methodologies; active methodologies; Sustainable Development Goals; non-formal education; Ethnobotany; learning assessment; STEM; motivation; learning strategies; science learning achievement; secondary school students; MSLQ questionnaire; real-world contexts; constructivist pedagogical methods; STEM teaching projects; sustainability; SDGs; Vietnam; educational innovation; social sciences; competences; sustainability education; active methodology; heritage; teacher training; university education; debate of ideas; questioning; teaching games; skill execution; decision-making; transdisciplinary education; involvement of young people; (education for) sustainable development; community well-being; empowerment; learning outside the classroom (LOtC); industrial visits; STEM education; education for sustainable development; educational innovation; higher education; temperature inversion; damped harmonic motion; stem education; teaching methodologies; sustainable sevelopment goals; sustainable education; epistemology; mathematical modeling; educational innovation; higher education; Escape Room; gamification; attitude/auto-efficiency; emotion; PST; STEM education; flipped classroom; STEM education; energy efficiency; CO2 emissions; APEC databases; cross-border classes; sustainable development; digital transformation; digital learning resources; STEM; virtual science classroom; n/a