The value of families in children's understanding and use of nature and science now and in the future.

Sanne Schnell Nielsen, Lars Sejersgård Jakobsen, Camilla Bech Blomgreen, Peter Hornbæk Frostholm

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Abstract

This presentation takes its outset Project SCOPE, based at Research Programme for Science and Maths Education, VIA UC, KP, IND (Copenhagen University) and VIVE, Denmark, and explores the interests of children in connection to nature, health, and technology. In SCOPE we are curious as to how some children think nature, technology, or health concern them, while others find it boring or distant from their everyday life.

We aim to use that knowledge to pave the way for all children to have access and equal opportunities within nature, health, or technology and to develop science capital (Archer, 2012). Further we aim for teaches to acknowledge children’s diverse array of science experiences as valuable capitals to create equal opportunities for science education in the future.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date15 Mar 2023
Publication statusPublished - 15 Mar 2023
EventNERA Conference 2023: Digitalization and Technologies in Education Opportunities and Challenges - OsloMet, Oslo, Norway
Duration: 15 Mar 202317 Mar 2023
Conference number: 2023
https://booking.berg-hansen.no/eventportal/#/event/109273/published/f770af4c8d01fec1c9737f4adeb685896ded6d03

Conference

ConferenceNERA Conference 2023
Number2023
LocationOsloMet
Country/TerritoryNorway
CityOslo
Period15/03/2317/03/23
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Keywords

  • learning, educational science and teaching

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