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Luminous Cows. MOOOO!. MOOOO!. Light curriculum content. Pre-school. Sun Shadow Colours Sources Reflection Energy . Light curriculum content. Pre-school. Primary school. Sun Shadow Colours Sources Reflection Energy . Sight (source reflactioneye) Refraction - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Luminous Cows

MOOOO!MOOOO!Light curriculum contentSunShadowColoursSourcesReflection Energy

Pre-school

Light curriculum contentSunShadowColoursSourcesReflection Energy

Sight (sourcereflactioneye)Refraction Importance organismSociety Pre-school

Primary schoolLight curriculum contentSunShadowColoursSourcesReflection Energy

Sight (sourcereflactioneye)Refraction Importance of organisms.Society DiffusionSpeed of lightOpticsWave/particleSolar cellsPre-school

Primary schoolSecondary school Expected Outcomes

Get the children to know and become aware of the concept of:Sun - day & night, heat, light source, seasonsShadow - need of light, objects Colours different colours, mixing, rainbowSources - sun, lamps, torch etcReflection - mirror, prismas, cds etcEnergy the relation between the sun and the food, heat and energy source

Pre-school

Expected Outcomes

Get the children to know and become aware of the concept of:Sun - day & night, heat, light source, seasonsShadow - need of light, objects Colours different colours, mixing, rainbowSources - sun, lamps, torch etcReflection - mirror, prismas, cds etcEnergy the relation between the sun and the food, heat and energy source

Primary schoolGet the children to know and become aware of the concept of:Sight (sourcereflactioneye)Refraction conduct experiments Importance of organisms - photosynthesis, germination.Society - discussing solutions to problems.. E.g. light pollutionPrimary school

Expected Outcomes

Get the children to know and become aware of the concept of:Sun source energy, light and describe the activitys insideShadow can construct shadow using geometryColours can link colors and wavelenghtsSources identify Reflection can construct geometriclyEnergy E=hfsecondary schoolGet the children to know and become aware of the concept of:Sightworking of eyes and camerasRefraction n1* sin a1 = n2 * sin a2Importance of organism carbon cycleSociety - importance in culturesGet the children to know and become aware of the concept of:Diffusionlight is diffuseSpeed of lighthas a limitOpticscan work with basic optic formulasWave/particleknow the dualitySolar cellscan describe the workingSecondary school Secondary school

Activities

Sun - day & night , temperatureShadow - chasing shadwos, Platos allegory, projector gameColours Newtons disc, kominations of colours (finger painting), milk experimentSources - recognition of light sourcesReflection - experiment with mirrors, prismas, cds and other reflecting materialsEnergy - solar panel

Activities

Sun - day & night , temperatureShadow - chasing shadwos, Platos allegory, projector gameColours Newtons disc, kominations of colours (finger painting), milk experimentSources - recognition of light sourcesReflection - experiment with mirrors, prismas, cds and other reflecting materialsEnergy - solar panel

Primary schoolSight Light Paintings using cameras and torches.Refraction Put pencils in glass bowls of water.Importance of organisms Compare the effect of light on the growth of seeds. (1 in dark and 1 in light)Society - Role-play using Jigsaw Method. 6 characters, each has a different opinion on the matter. The children debate about a solution to the problem.Activities

Sun - day & night , temperatureShadow - chasing shadwos, Platos allegory, projector gameColours Newtons disc, kominations of colours (finger painting), milk experimentSources - recognition of light sourcesReflection - experiment with mirrors, prismas, cds and other reflecting materialsEnergy - solar panel

Primary schoolSight Light Paintings using cameras and torches.Refraction Put pencils in glass bowls of water.Importance of organisms Compare the effect of light on the growth of seeds. (1 in dark and 1 in light)Society - Role-play using Jigsaw Method. 6 characters, each has a different opinion on the matter. The children debate about a solution to the problem.Practical assignmentsNormal teachingDiscussionsResearch basedSecondary school Basic Topics - methodology

Discovery LearningGuided participation (Vygotsky)

ConstructivismZone of proximal development (Vygotsky)Active Learning Sociocultural theory (Vygotsky)methodology

Teaching Materials

Sun - day & night , temperatureShadow - chasing shadows, Platos allegory, projector gameColours Newtons disc, kominations of colours (finger painting), milk experimentSources - recognition of light sourcesReflection - experiment with mirrors, prismas, cds and other reflecting materialsEnergy - solar panel

Teaching Materials

Sun - day & night , temperatureShadow - chasing shadwos, Platos allegory, projector gameColours Newtons disc, kominations of colours (finger painting), milk experimentSources - recognition of light sourcesReflection - experiment with mirrors, prismas, cds and other reflecting materialsEnergy - solar panel

Primary schoolSight torches, camera & dark classroom.Refraction Clear, glass bowls (x5), water & pencils.Importance of organisms 2 trays of soil (x5), seeds, water, dark cupboard & cotton wool.Society - 6 different characters on different colured cards & story with a problem. E.g. Power plant, light pollution, etc.Teaching Materials

Sun torch, thermometer, globe, objects with differnet coloursShadow objects with different sizes and shapesColours Newtons disc, finger painting colours, milk, food colours etcSources torch, lamps, lasers, projectorReflection - mirrors, prismas, cds and other reflecting materialsEnergy - solar panel, propellor

Primary schoolSight torches, camera & dark classroom.Refraction Clear, glass bowls (x5), water & pencils.Importance of organisms 2 trays of soil (x5), seeds, water, dark cupboard & cotton wool.Society - 6 different characters on different colured cards & story with a problem. E.g. Power plant, light pollution, etc.Multimedia(computer, applets, video, etc.)Experiments(mirrors, lenses, lamps etc.)BooksSecondary school Teaching CompetenciesHave clear and effective explanations.Be a good organiser.Be an effective communicator.Delegate responsibility to the children.To be fair.To reflect on childrens contributions.To listen and encourage students to do questions.To be open-minded, supportive, creative, responsive, engagingTo be able to stimulate and challange every child in all their skills and in every subjectWork democraticallyHave observations skillsMake every child participateWork thematicly integrate subjects.Knowledge of the subject

Very importantSuggestions to ParentsThe teacher can provide an after-school workshop to parents advising them on how to promote scientific thinking at home.Allow parents to link the childrens work to the school website, blog, information letters etcEncourage parents to use scientific vocabulary at home.Encourage parents to conduct simple experiments at home. E.g. mirror writing, mirroetunnel, etc.

Suggestions to Parents

ChildFamilySchoolBare with us!Suggestions to Universtiy TeachersCollaborative group work because it promotes cooperation.Encourage the practice of experiments using everyday materials.Develop teacher competencies in student teachers.Hold regular debates to develop scientific argumentation skills.Involve the students in as many of the activities that the children will do so that they can experience a childs perspective.Multicultural and ethnical educationCooperate with different companies eg Computer design/programs

Teaching EvaluationTeacher evaluate their own teaching on a continuous basis.Observing, questions to get feedback of what the children understand and then we evaluate our work in order to adjust our teaching to the needs of our children.

Learning EvaluationObserve children during group work.Observe pupil understanding from debates and discussions.Children fill out self-evaluation questionnaire.

Thank you!The sustainability generationWhat needed to function properly in this society:21st century skillsCollaborationCommunicationIct literacySocial and cultural competencesCreativityCritical thinkingProblem solving

Links to important websitesIrish Primary Curriculum Science

http://www.schools.ac.cy/klimakio/Themata/fysikes_epistimes/analytiko_programma.htmlhttp://www.skolverket.se/2.3894/in_english/publications?_xurl_=http%3A%2F%2Fwww4.skolverket.se%3A8080%2Fwtpub%2Fws%2Fskolbok%2Fwpubext%2Ftrycksak%2FBlob%2Fpdf2704.pdf%3Fk%3D2704