Nature of Science (NOS) Map for Science Education Instruction: An Overview

The present study aims to investigate the inter-relationships inside the individual elements or tenets of Nature of Science (NOS), established the dimensions of electronics in science knowledge.Recent documents on science instruction reform that place a strong prominence on NOS diverge from popular notion. Scientific literacy maybe significantly impacted by stances toward science. According to instruction theory, stances belong in the concerning feelings and intuition domain while cognitive understanding of the theme does not. This study suggests that education according to our NOS Flowchart bear include the tenets of NOS. There are three big dimensions of education in science: information, skills, and attitudes. Additionally, it is valuable to present students at the basic level to some of the plans developed by Kuhn. Key facets of NOS are, in fact, good applications to the experiences of science through Kuhn’s knowledge. An explicit and thoughtful tool for science professors to improve experimental teaching and knowledge, a NOS Flow Map may accordingly be a promising way to include the NOS tenets.

Author(s) Details:

Jun-Young Oh,
Seoul National University, Education Research Institute, South Korea.

Eun-Ju Lee,
Seoul National University, Education Research Institute, South Korea.

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Keywords: Nature of science, NOS flow map,  attitudes, skills, knowledge, scientific literacy, Kuhn’s philosophy

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