Action Research on the Situations and the Integration of Scientific Inquiry Courses into SDGs Issue (75944)

Session Information: Nurturing Creativity & Innovation: New, Innovative & Radical Education
Session Chair: Nor Fadzleen binti Sa don

Thursday, 23 November 2023 18:10
Session: Session 6
Room: Room 708
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

In 2015, the United Nations announced the "2030 Sustainable Development Goals" (SDGs). The SDGs contain 17 core goals that guide the world to work together towards sustainability. The purpose of this research was to investigate the current status of the integration of scientific inquiry experimental courses into SDGs. The vision of high-quality education that UNESCO hoped to achieve between 2015 and 2030 coincides with the core literacy concept of my country's 12-year national basic education. Through literature research and analysis, this study took 18 students from Chaozhou Senior High School in Pingtung County as the research object in the flexible curriculum of scientific inquiry experiment, collected the local characteristics and sustainable development education related materials that the rural schools were concerned about for research, and integrated the questionnaires. Survey results and information.
This paper proposed the images and trends of sustainable science popularization in Pingtung County, and applied them to the issues and challenged of sustainable education, as a reference guideline for formulating strategies for improving the quality of education in Pingtung County remote area high school and the model for sustainable development of education especially for awareness energy resources. In this way, the goal of sustainable development was combined with the natural science curriculum of high school in rural areas, and the four major aspect of new scientific knowledge are physics, chemistry, mathematics, and dissemination to existing issues to discuss, practice, and act, and can be used by researchers in other organizational backgrounds. Further verification and reinforcement.

Authors:
Xin Yi Chang, National Pingtung University (NPTU), Taiwan


About the Presenter(s)
Chang Xin-Yi is a master’s student majoring in science communication at National Pingtung University.

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