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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2010;31(6): 51-69.
구성주의에 기초한 과학 미술 통합 활동이 유아의 과학과정기술과 과학적 태도에 미치는 영향
김정현 , 김선영
The Effectiveness of Constructivist Science Education Integrated with Art Experience on Young Children`s Science Process Skills and Scientific Attitudes
Jung Hyun Kim , Sun Yong Kim
Abstract
This research involved the conducting of an experiment in order to determine the relative effectiveness of constructivist science education when integrated with art experience and constructivist science education for young children. Forty-one children of five years of age in two daycare center classes were assigned to experimental and comparative groups. The experimental and comparative group participated in 15 units. The experimental group participated in science education integrated with art experience, while the comparative group participated in science education. The analysis of covariance revealed significant differences between the mean scores of the two groups on the posttests for science process skills and attitudes. This indicates that the children in the experimental group penonned significantly better on the tests than the children in the comparative group. The results of this study suggest that incorporating constructivist science education activities with art experience are good activities for developing young children`s science process skills and attitudes.
Key Words: early childhood science education, constructivist, science activities integrated with art experience, science process skills, scientific attitudes
주요어: 유아과학교육, 구성주의, 과학 미술 통함 활동, 과학과정기술, 과학적 태도
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