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A Design and Implementation of Mobile Visit Guide System for the Individual Science & Technology Learning in the Museum (비형식적 교육장소에서 개별적 과학기술학습을 위한 모바일 관람 가이드 시스템의 설계 및 구현)

  • Kweon, Hyo-Sun;Choi, Won-Sik
    • 대한공업교육학회지
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    • v.30 no.1
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    • pp.120-132
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    • 2005
  • The major purpose of this study was to provide a basic model of mobile guide system for visitor's individual learning, self-regulated learning in a museum. System model realized by this study was as follows; 1) This system distributed exhibit information to tourists in place of existing audio guides or curators. Using wireless communications, the PDA automatically delivered information about the exhibit. The artistic and visual displays maximized effective and quick transmission of information to the user. 2) It made visiting a museum fun, exciting and entertaining. With the PDA guide the museum visitor can interact with detailed descriptions of exhibits, videos and images. The museum visitor, can also play a quiz game, take photos, record voices and send e-mail.

A Research on the Extended Definition of Educational Serious Game and Guiding Directions through Categorizations of Serious Games (교육을 위한 기능성 게임 연구의 확장적 정의와 범주화를 통한 기능성 게임 연구의 발전방향에 대한 연구)

  • Kim, Sa-Hoon H.
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.3-13
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    • 2012
  • The study was conducted for cohering academical achievement of serious game studies as well as for attempting to give directions for interdisciplinary development. The purpose of the study were, first, it provides a rationale for integrating game studies lied scattered into a game study field or game industry. Second, by providing exemplary studies according to categories and by analyzing how those studies have been studied, this study provides a milestone for future researchers who are interested in serious game studies. In the article, the author suggests the extended definition of educational serious game study. The educational serious game study is "the study which investigates educational affordances of game including both explicitly intended designed for education and designed for fun but having implicit educational meanings, through the context of formal educational settings as well as informal environments." The author also researched how extended educational serious game studies have been researched according to four categories; game studies which researched educationally designed serious games, commercial games used for educational fields, educational serious games for informal learning, and those found meanings of games. This study has scholarly significance, especially on game study fields. for delineating game studies, a range of proposed and actual applications of educational serious game are reviewed, guiding directions for future studies.

Roles of the Public Library for Children Education : Observation Survey on the Public Libraries in Boston and its Vicinity (아동교육을 위한 공공도서관의 역할 : 미국 보스턴주변 공공도서관 프로그램 관찰조사를 중심으로)

  • 임형연
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.35 no.2
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    • pp.393-414
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    • 2004
  • Traditional role of library is focused on the book collection and its reference service. However, library should be stressed the need of educational activity in the future. This study described to classify the roles of public library, which are book collecting and its reference services, educational activities, event place service for region community. Observation survey on the public libraries in Boston and its Vicinity shows that public libraries have various children's programs and they are getting more important roles. Public libraries of case study have done not only the roles for reference service space but also the informal lifelong education institute for region community. Library as the informal lifelong education institute deserve special emphasis on the development of education program.

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A Study on Learning Environments for Euler's formula with activities ('오일러 공식과 오일러 표수' 탐구 활동을 위한 학습 환경 연구)

  • Song, Min Ho
    • Journal for History of Mathematics
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    • v.26 no.2_3
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    • pp.131-148
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    • 2013
  • Euler's formula provides the topological characteristics of geometrical objects including polyhedra, and so an important mathematical concept. Descriptions on Euler's formula had been in the textbooks according to the 3rd through 7th National Mathematics Curriculum. However, they are gone after that. In this study, we focus on Euler characteristic and Euler's formula as an educational material for educations for the gifted or after-school educations. We first look at the mathematical history and the applications of Euler's formula and national curriculums to search for its mathematical and educational meaning. We further make a suggestion for a learning environment which provides a better education relying on search activities, not just depending on memorization, illuminated from the education of Euler's formula.

Development and Application of an Scientific Inquiry Program Related to School Science for Elementary Gifted Students; Using the Geological Museum (초등 영재학생을 위한 학교 학습 경험과 연계된 과학 탐구 프로그램 개발 및 적용; 지질 박물관을 이용하여)

  • Lim, Sung-man
    • Journal of Science Education
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    • v.38 no.2
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    • pp.244-256
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study was to develop and apply an scientific inquiry program related to school science for elementary gifted students. And development of a program had been used a geological museum. A science inquiry program had developed after verifying a content validity to 3 science education experts about program's design and content selection, and then program applied to 20 elementary gifted students during 4 weeks, 14 hours. The results of this study showed that gifted students interested in an inquiry program using a geological museum, and they were in full activity. Especially gifted students replied that they lodged in their memory that inquired into activities on listening a docent's explanation about exhibits. Gifted classroom teacher also replied that gifted students saw a high level of participation and expectation. And they replied that this program supplied a chance that gifted students can understand a meaning of inquiry.

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The Nature of Science Reflected in Exhibitions of Natural History Museums (자연사박물관의 전시에 반영된 과학의 본성)

  • Lee Sun-Kyung;Shin Myeong-Kyeong;Kim Chan-Jong
    • Journal of the Korean earth science society
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    • v.26 no.5
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    • pp.376-386
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    • 2005
  • This study investigated to describe how the nature of science is revealed in the four natural history museums in Korea. Natural history museums are well considered as informal settings of education, and the nature of science has been one of major topics stressed in science education. Therefore, the revelation of this topic is supposedly reflected in developing museum exhibitions. In each of the four target natural history museum or natural history exhibition, the representative exhibits subtitled by scientific inquiry and cases dealing with history of science were selected for the study. The analyzing exhibits focused on whether exhibitions were labeled with emphasis on declarative description or interpretative one. In analyzing the contents, the focus was on the concerns of scientists, scientific community, social and cultural aspects, uncertainty of scientific knowledge, and providing sufficient evidences. All things considered, it was hard to conclude that every target exhibit clearly considered the nature of science as an essential element, in designing and developing their exhibitions. More deliberate input of nature of science is suggested for worldly renowned natural history museums, because previous researches keep insisting that the nature of science would be more efficiently achieved in an informal educational setting rather than in classrooms.

The Changes of Attitude Related to Science of Students in the High School Science Club through the Creative-Experience Activity of Science field (과학 분야의 창의적 체험활동을 통한 고등학교 과학동아리 학생들의 과학관련 태도 변화)

  • Kim, Jihyun;Kim, Jina
    • Journal of Science Education
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    • v.38 no.3
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    • pp.471-489
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    • 2014
  • This study was to investigate the changes of attitudes related to science of students in high school science club through modified the creative-experience activity model program. To begin with, using the creative-experience activity model program the programs adapted to the school practices have been developed through consultation of the teachers. The developed program was performed on students in the high school science club. Then we studied the changes of attitudes related to science of students through their outcomes of the activities and face-to-face talk. The change of attitudes related to science of students is positive, especially problem-solving, curiosity, a sense of responsibility, interests toward science, interests toward science related careers, and leisure interest in science. Interest for science as hobby were influenced by used tools like telescopes and experimental tools. Interest for science class were not effective to change to positive by creative experience activity. It seems to be due to creative experience activity were not connected with science class. The program to participate in the activities was more effective than to observe with visit for the change of the attitude related to science. Also, the programs with activities contained scientific knowledge were more effective.

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A Cross-Sectional Study of Students' Conceptions on Evolution and Characteristics of Concept Formation about It in Terms of the Subjects: Human, Animals and Plants (설명대상에 따른 학생들의 진화 개념과 진화 개념 형성의 특성에 관한 횡단 연구)

  • Ha, Min-Su;Lee, Jun-Ki;Cha, Hee-Young
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.26 no.7
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    • pp.813-825
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study was to identify students' conceptions and their conceptualization traits in terms of the explanation of subjects: human, animals, and plants. A questionnaire was specially developed to make sure students' conceptions of evolution, students' explanation patterns with the five evolutionary explanations: creationism, internal will explanation, theological explanations, use and disuse explanation and natural selection after mutation and perceived ideas of evolution in terms of the genetic characters of human, animals and plants. 1,540 elementary, middle and high school students participated in responding to the questions. The data was collected and analyzed cross-sectionally by age. Results showed that students' evolutionary explanations were different among each subject: human, animals and plants. Students had concentrated with more 'theological explanations' than 'internal will explanation' and 'use and disuse explanation' about plant evolution. 'Natural selection after mutation explanation' was less represented in explaining human characters. This result showed that the anthropocentric thoughts had influenced students' evolution conceptions. Accordingly, as student's age, 'theological explanation' and 'internal will explanation' became least used in explaining the theory of creation. 'Use and disuse explanation' attained more representation in their explanation. In addition, the diversity of students' evolutionary explanations was getting less attention as age increases. Among youngers, 'theological explanation', 'internal will explanation' and 'use and disuse explanation' showed an even number of responses. The elders responded with more 'use and disuse explanation'. This result let us infer that 'use and disuse explanation' was strongly adhered to by student cognitive structures. Many students recognized that evolution was a kind of scientific hypothesis with little evidence. They have had a little interest in evolution and conceptualized it through informal educational sources. This study mentions that to teach evolution more effectively, teachers should make 'use and disuse explanation' adhere strongly to students' cognitive structure.