RÉFLEXIONS SUR LES OBJECTIFS DE L’ÉDUCATION SCIENTIFIQUE / REFLECTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVES OF SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION

Evgenia-Motya Sotirova

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Cet article présente une série des réflexions sur les objectifs de l’éducation scientifique. Dans cette discussion l’idée que la nature de la science est de représenter la « vérité » a été remise en question. Sur cette base, les questions liées, d'une part, à l'enseignement scolaire et à la formation des enseignants en sciences naturelles sont examinées, et d'autre part au rôle de l'enseignement des sciences dans la société. Enfin, la relation entre l'enseignement des sciences et des technologies dans les conditions et les sociétés modernes est abordée.

 

This article presents a series of reflections on the objectives of scientific education. In this discussion the idea that the nature of science is to represent the "truth" has been questioned. On this basis, issues related to, on the one hand, school education and teacher training in the natural sciences are examined, and on the other hand the role of science education in society. Finally, the relationship between the teaching of science and technology in modern conditions and societies is approached.

 

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objectifs, enseignement scientifique, formation scientifique des enseignants, enseignements des sciences et société / objectives, science teaching, teacher training in natural sciences, teaching natural science and society

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