System of Logical Structures in Natural Science-Oriented Curriculum and its Effect on Teaching

Renáta Bernátová, Milan Bernát, Janka Poráčová, Mária Zahatňanská, Marta Mydlárová Blaščáková, Mária Konečná, Andrea Kľučarová

Abstract


The system of logical structures in natural science- (biologically-, ecologically- and physics-) oriented curriculum is defined as a set of features, which depict the main ideas of a certain topic. Basically, it is a unique model presenting the topic´s key points. Graphical representation of the curriculum logical structure can be provided (implemented) as: a) traditional printed graphic form b) computer (virtual) form. When visualizing the logical structure system of natural science curriculum (including biologically-, ecologically- and physics-oriented school subjects), we mainly use the following structural components: Word maps, Applets, Orientation graphs (transport diagrams), Development diagrams, Venn diagrams, Structurograms, Sequence diagrams and others. This research paper includes a pedagogical experiment to verify the effectiveness of teaching with the use of graphic visualization of the curriculum logical structure.

Keywords


The system of logical structures; Biologically-, ecologically- and physics-oriented curriculum; Natural sciences

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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