GEOSCIENCES IN THE CURICULLA AND STUDENTS BOOKS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION
Geology does not exist, from 1997, as an independent discipline in greek secondary education. Geological subjects included in curriculum of "Geology-Geography" lesson in 1s t and 2n d grades of Junior High School as well geological issues included in optional lessons in 2n d grade of Lyceum "Issues of Environmental studies" and "Natural resources management". There are three ways to introduce geosciences in Greek educational system: a)Through "Geology- geography" lesson and cross-thematic projects that suggested from cross-thematic curriculum and «Flexible zone» in Junior High School, b)Through optional lessons in 2n d grade of Lyceum "Issues of Environmental studies" and "Natural resources management", and c)Through Environmental education projects in Junior High School and Lyceum.
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Φέρμελη Γ., & Μαρκοπούλου-Διακαντώνη Α. (2018). GEOSCIENCES IN THE CURICULLA AND STUDENTS BOOKS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece, 36(2), 639–648. https://doi.org/10.12681/bgsg.16769
- Geosciences in Education and Geosites
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