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Autor/inTsuji, Takeshi
TitelA Japanese Paper: Failing Is an Opportunity for Learning
QuelleIn: Teaching Science, 65 (2019) 3, S.34-44 (11 Seiten)
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Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN1449-6313
SchlagwörterForeign Countries; Faculty Development; Science Teachers; International Programs; STEM Education; Elementary School Science; Failure; Learning Processes; Learning Strategies; Student Attitudes; Teaching Methods; Problem Solving; Science Experiments; Japan; Australia
AbstractThe Australian Science Teachers Association offers an innovative international professional development program for science teachers called the Science Teachers Exchange -- Japan. The program offers Australian and Japanese teachers an opportunity to travel to the corresponding country, allowing the teachers to grow in their knowledge of the culture and teaching practices of that country and potentially develop national and international networks. The article herein was written by Takeshi Tsuji, an elementary teacher from Tokyo, who participated in the 2017 Exchange program to Australia. As part of this program, Tsuji visited Mudgeeraba Creek State School on the Gold Coast, where he observed a fifth grade STEM lesson taught by STEM science teacher Megan Hayes, and later taught a lesson to the same class. On entering Hayes' classroom, Tsuji immediately noticed a large poster with the word 'FAIL' on it; an acronym standing for 'First Attempt In Learning'. It translates to "failure = first step in learning," meaning that learning starts from failure. This [unedited] translation of the article -- taken from a Japanese equivalent to "Teaching Science" -- takes on the theme of how students face failure and how teachers can deepen classroom learning with this acronym in mind. (ERIC).
AnmerkungenAustralian Science Teachers Association. P.O. Box 334, Deakin West, ACT 2600, Australia. Tel: +61-02-6282-9377; Fax: +61-02-6282-9477; e-mail: publications@asta.edu.au; Web site: http://www.asta.edu.au/resources/teachingscience
Erfasst vonERIC (Education Resources Information Center), Washington, DC
Update2020/1/01
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