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1 Planning science instruction: From insight to learning to pedagogical practices Proceedings of the 9th Nordic Research Symposium on Science Education 11th-15th June 2008, Reykjavík, Iceland Synopses: Pedagogical practices December 2008

2 2008 Science Education Research Group School of Education University of Iceland Planning science instruction: From insight to learning to pedagogical practices Proceedings of the 9th Nordic Research Symposium on Science Education 11th-15th June 2008, Reykjavík, Iceland

3 Pedagogical practices The quality of memorable episodes in science education Ola Magntorn Physics through play Haukur Arason and Kristín Norðdahl Video tales of teaching in Norwegian science classrooms Marianne Ødegaard and Nina Elisabeth Arnesen Investigating local school science cultures in order to facilitate long-term educational changes in science teaching Jan Sølberg Why can t you see what I see? Development of expertise and enquiry based learning Lars Björklund Gender theory as a tool for analysing science teaching Kristina Andersson and Anita Hussenius Drenge og piger i det danske tekniske gymnasium htx Lars Ulriksen and Henriette Tolstrup Holmegaard Haptic influences on reasoning and learning in protein education Lena Tibell, Shaaron Ainsworth, Petter Bivall-Persson and Gunnar Höst Studiemønstre på naturvidenskabelige grundfag Camilla Rump and Frederik Voetmann Christiansen Implementation of empirical-mathematical modelling in upper secondary physics: teacher interpretations and considerations Carl Angell, Per Morten Kind, Ellen Karoline Henriksen and Øystein Guttersrud What matters is communication. Secondary students responses towards a science learning environment Björg Pétursdóttir Digital support for inquiry, collaboration, and reflection on socio-scientific debates Andreas Redfors, Lena Hansson and Maria Rosberg Puppets and engagement in science Stuart Naylor, Brenda Keogh, Jane Maloney and Shirley Simon

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5 The quality of memorable episodes in science education Ola Magntorn Background, aims and framework This is the third part of a sequence of studies dealing with the developing abilities to read nature in relation to a teaching sequence in a primary school class. In the first part the primary school class (10-11 years) was followed during a teaching sequence and their developing ability to read nature was analysed and evaluated (Magntorn & Helldén, 2007). This was followed by an analysis of the views of experienced teachers on the teaching sequence in relation to its possibilities and limitations for implementation in everyday school activities. The aim was to elicit critical aspects supporting or hindering the implementation of such a teaching design in the everyday teaching activities (Magntorn & Helldén, 2006). This third study is a stimulated recall study where the students were interviewed 18 months after instruction. The focus lies on what types of facts and episodes they recall. In a large review on research on outdoor learning Rickinson et al. (2004) claim that: fieldwork can have a positive impact on long term memory, due to the memorable nature of the fieldwork setting and there can be reinforcement between the affective and the cognitive, with each informing the other and providing a bridge to higher order learning. (p. 32) As anyone with some teaching experience is aware of there is no given causality between hands-on activities and successful teaching. The focus of interest is the quality of the events leading to long term retention of episodes and knowledge. The research question is: What is it that the students can remember 18 months after instruction and are there any qualitative patterns of resemblance between the facts or the episodes they recall? The ability to read nature is central in this work. It is described in Magntorn & Helldén (2005), but needs a brief explanation here as well. It has to do with an ability to recognise organisms and relate them to material cycling and energy flow in the specific habitat that is to be read. It has to do with the natural world that we face outside, and the tools we have are our experiences from previous learning situations, both in and out of doors. In this case it has to do with student ability to give a relevant interpretation of the river as an ecosystem based on recognition of common organisms and awareness of their autecology together with an understanding of the relationships between functional groups and how abiotic factors, such as light and water velocity, influence the whole ecosystem. Methods and samples The overall teaching sequence comprised four phases spanning seven lessons of varied duration from 80 to 200 minutes (Figure 1). The teaching had a bottom-up design starting with a focus on a single organism, a freshwater shrimp, and ended with a systemic view of the whole river. The researchers were not involved in the instruction. For reasons of transparency and hopefully of interest to the reader, a 40 minute film covering the sequence is now available on: mms:// /mna/vramsafilmen.wmv Hands-on activities during the teaching sequence Phase 1: Phase 2: Phase 3: Phase 4: *Collect and study the fresh water shrimp and its ecology *Feeding experiment (litter bags) *Study organisms adapt ations to fast and slow running waters. *Testing different techniques for collection of animals *Studying river planst *Studying predators and herbivores and relate to their morphology *Naming animals and making an exhibition *Make closed systems *Use LEGO to illustrate processes (photosynthesis) *Relate abiotic and biotic factors *Build a food-web *Make river quality test *Play an ecological game Figure 1 The teaching sequence spans from February until May and the different phases represent the progress of the learning events 157

6 Ten of the 22 students did a follow-up interview 18 months after the teaching sequence. These ten students were selected as representing three groups: good readers of nature (four students), three average students and three poor readers. The underlying data for this selection were their levels of reading nature according to the SOLO-taxonomy (Biggs & Collis, 1982) presented in an earlier paper (Magntorn & Helldén, 2007).The interviews were open-ended with a standard first question where the interviewer asked the students to say what they remembered from the teaching sequence. The interview is a type of stimulated recall technique where the researcher, who was passive but present during instruction, can be regarded a cue for recalling the events the students went through. Stimulated recall is a method to revive the memories of students after a class in order to recall the thoughts that occurred during it. The basic idea behind the use of stimulated recall is that a subject may be enabled to relive an original situation with great vividness and accuracy if he is presented with a large number of cues or stimuli which occurred during the original situation (Haglund, 2003). During the interview the students were also asked to look at authentic objects from the river and to say as much as they could remember about their ecology and/or relations to the ecosystem. Results The data shows that some events are recalled by all the students whereas some events are only mentioned by a minority of the students, if at all (Figure 2). Also interesting is that the episode that came first to mind by all the students was when they constructed a sealed aquatic ecosystem, like an aquarium but with a tight lid and no oxygen pump. The second most frequently mentioned episode was when the students did an experiment on the food preferences of some animals in the river. Another aspect from this metacognitive study was to see which organisms they could identify compared to their earlier interviews where all students could identify at least seven different organisms (Magntorn & Helldén, 2007). Number of students (n=10) Episodic memory Sealed Litter bags Calm/fast The food-web The Collection The test Lego The game The sorting Figure 2 The episodes recalled by the ten students Regarding the organisms, the freshwater shrimp was the key organism in the study and it is therefore no surprise that they all identify this animal (Figure 3). The same thing goes for the freshwater louse where the students relate it to the litterbag experiment. The caddis fly larvae are what they relate to the test about adaptations to fast and slowly running waters. The dragonfly larvae and the salmon were the examples used to describe the different levels of the food-pyramid together with the shrimp. Interestingly, many students remember the leach although it has not been part of any of the experiments. It has however an interesting biology and some species are blood-suckers. Spontaneously identified organisms Freshwater shrimp (Gammarus) Freshwater louse (Asellus) Caddisfly larvae (Trichoptera ) Leach (Hirudinea) Dragonfly larvae No of students Salmon Figure 3 The diagram shows the organisms from the river mentioned by the ten students. 158

7 Again we have links between the episodes and the recall of the specific organisms linked to these episodes. Other animals, and not least plants, have been very common and studied several times during the sorting of organisms but no students or very few students recall these organisms. Conclusions and implications The response from the students support a study by Mackenzie and White (1978) who postulate that recall of any element is a function of its degree of interlinking in memory with other elements. As a specific instance, newly acquired verbal knowledge and intellectual skills will be retained better if it is associated with easily recalled episodes. In this study the students spontaneously mention episodes in the first place. The episodes best recalled have one or several of the following criteria in common: The event challenges everyday concepts or beliefs. This is particularly obvious in the closed ecosystem experiment which challenged student ideas about cycles of matter in living systems The students become an active part of the scene rather than observers of it The students generate information themselves rather than receive it The students see a link between the episode and the follow-up discussions Organisms with a spectacular or interesting morphology or ecology. Hands-on activities both in and out of doors have to meet the criteria above to be useful in teaching (Dillon et al., 2006). It is important to see the episodic memories, which are something the majority of the class can share as an important starting point for a deeper discussion or theoretical reasoning. It is a starting point which can raise the motivation among students. We also know that these types of events can last for a long time and give rise to positive attitudes towards nature and fieldwork. It is important to help future science teachers plan hands-on activities in order to create memorable episodes. References Biggs, J., & Collis, K. (1982). Evaluating the quality of learning: The SOLO taxonomy. New York: Academic Press. Dillon, J., Rickinson, M., Teamey, K., Morris, M., Choi, M. Y., Sanders, D. & Benefield, P. (2006). The value of outdoor learning: evidence from research in the UK and elsewhere. School Science Review, 87(320), Haglund, B. (2003). Stimulated recall - en metod att generera data. Pedagogisk Forskning i Sverige, 8(3), Mackenzie, A. A., & White, R. T. (1982). Fieldwork in geography and long-term memory structures. American Educational Research Journal, 19(4), Magntorn, O., & Helldén, G. (2005). Student-teachers ability to read nature: reflections on their own learning in ecology. International Journal of Science Education, 27(10), Magntorn, O., & Helldén, G. (2006). Reading nature experienced teachers reflections on a teaching sequence in ecology: implications for future teacher training. NorDiNa, 5, Magntorn, O., & Helldén, G. (2007). Reading nature from a bottom-up perspective. Journal of Biological Education, 41(2), Rickinson, M., Dillon, J., Teamey, K., Morris, K., Choi, M. Y., Sandres, D., & Benefield, P. (2004). A review of research on outdoor learning. Shrewsbury: Field Studies Council. Physics through play Haukur Arason Kristín Norðdahl Background, aims and framework Study activities called Science games were designed to teach pre-school children about certain physical phenomena and concepts in order to raise their awareness and increase their interest in those concepts (Arason & Norðdahl, 2005, 2006). The design of the activities is based on Vygotsky s ideas on conceptual development and on knowledge about ideas older children commonly have about physical phenomena. The activities were designed with the idea that it is important in facilitating children s learning to take into account how children think about the phenomena involved (Driver, 1983). Thus the design of the activities was based on research on children s ideas about relevant phenomena (Driver, Guesne & Tiberghien, 1985; Driver, Squires, Rushworth & Wood-Robinson, 1994). Another important aspect is to give the children opportunities to discuss their ideas before, during and after engaging in the activities ( Dewey, 2000; Vygotsky, 1978;). This discussion gives the teachers valuable clues about children s thinking about phenomena which they can then act upon. The activities should give the children ample opportunities to handle things and to freely experiment with the objects involved and make their own observations. They should give many opportunities for the children to be active both physically and mentally. The children should play freely with the material, for example, by making shadows, and be able to alter the shadows by moving the light source so they grow bigger or smaller, and by moving the shadow around the object. In addition to these free activities, the teachers lead the children in subtle ways through predetermined activities such as using mirrors to change the direction of light and observing light going through holes in sheets of paper. 159

8 160 During the whole process the teacher has an important role in stimulating the children to enquire, focusing their attention on the important aspects of each phenomenon, laying a foundation to their conceptual understanding by introducing new concepts to the children, and encouraging the children to discuss their experiences. In these activities it is important that the teacher understands the possible learning outcomes and has the relevant pedagogical content knowledge in order to scaffold the children s learning. The activities are designed to give opportunities for challenging common misconceptions about the phenomena involved (Driver et al., 1994). But these activities are also based on the idea that children learn best by playing with things and the teacher s role is to enrich the play as a learning opportunity by guiding it in a mild way. This study was intended to give information about how the activities affected the children. There were three research questions. Did the Science games: awaken children s interests and give them enjoyment? focus children s attention on the key factors in the physical phenomena involved? affect children s understanding of the physical phenomena involved? Within the field of science education limited numbers of studies have focused on young children (Fleer & Robbins, 2003), which is unfortunate as the educational experiences of young children are important for school success (Sprung, 1996; Novak, 2005). Sample and methods Eight teachers and about 80 children aged two to six participated in this study. Data were collected through observations and videotaping of small groups of children going through the activities with teachers. These sessions were followed immediately with informal interviews with the teachers. All the participating teachers collected data by keeping diaries about their experiences of working on the activities with children, the children s responses to the activities, and comments made by parents. To gather more information regarding the influence of the tasks on the children at home, parents were asked to answer a questionnaire. In all, 50 sessions of the five different activities were documented over a period of five months and diaries were kept during that time. Some interesting follow-up data were collected for an additional year. The data were analyzed with regard to the categories relating to the research questions, those categories are children s interest and enjoyment, their attention to the key factors in the physical phenomena involved, and any sign of understanding. The analysis was also open to any new category that would appear. Results One main finding of the study is that the children greatly enjoyed the tasks. The children were eager to use the material in diverse ways and they did their own experiments as well as the intended experiments. They also asked if they could play with the material at times when the tasks were not scheduled. An important and interesting result is that some children blossomed through participating in the project, which they did not necessarily do in other endeavours. Parents mentioned examples of children continuing the experiments at home. The Science games helped to focus children s attention and interest on key factors of the physical phenomena. Children often commented on key elements or responded to teachers questions about how they could make various things happen with the material. According to the teachers, children discussed and commented on the relevant phenomena between sessions. For example, at the lunch table they started experimenting with reflection in their spoons and remarked that their reflection was different depending on how they turned the spoon. Instances such as those continued for months following the completion of the project. Parents also mentioned similar examples of children s enquiries and speculation at home. In general, we conclude that the tasks had an influence on how many of the children experience certain physical phenomena in their environment. The weakest part of the study concerns the possible long-term effects of the project on children s understanding of physical phenomena. The children s ideas were not investigated or documented by interviewing, collecting drawings or other methods. However, some evidence of increased understanding of the physical phenomena was documented. One of the children said that a shadow was a lack of light. They learned to make shadows and affect the shadows by moving the light source so they grew bigger or smaller and they played with moving the shadow around the object. They seemed to understand that a coloured slide affected the light from the torch if it was placed in front of the torch. There were examples of children beginning to understand that light travels. For example, children mentioned things light could travel through, like plastic cans and a sweater, and one of the girls realized that light travels when the light from the torch was reflected from a mirror on to the wall or, as she put it, it (the light) couldn t go through the mirror. Generally, we can say that the data give some indication of improvement of the understanding of some of the children. Conclusions and implications The main conclusion of this study is that physics activities designed as Science games can be successful in the early childhood education setting. The children enjoy such activities and become interested in physical phenomena. They want to participate time and again in the activities and also used the material in ways that they invented themselves. Activities of this kind can help to focus children s attention on key factors of physical phenomena and have the potential

9 of improving children s understanding. Teachers have an important role to play in focusing children s attention on the key elements of the phenomena and in encouraging the children to experiment and discuss. Some important questions regarding the effect on children s understanding of the subject remain largely unanswered, which shows a need for more research and development in the area of science education in pre-schools. References Arason, H., & Norðdahl, K. (2005). Vísindaleikir - Þróunarverkefni um eðlisfræðikennslu í leikskólum. [e. Science games - A development project about physics teaching in preschools]. Reykjavík: Rannsóknarstofnun Kennaraháskóla Íslands. Arason, H., & Norðdahl, K. (2006). Heimurinn er allur rauður. Rannsókn á áhrifum eðlisfræðiverkefna á leikskólabörn. [e. The world is all red Research on the effect of science activities on young children]. Uppeldi og menntun, 15(2), Dewey, J. (2000). Reynsla og menntun (Gunnar Ragnarsson, Trans.). Reykjavík: Rannsóknarstofnun Kennaraháskóla Íslands. Driver, R. (1983). The pupil as scientist? Stony Stratford: The Open University Press. Driver, R., Guesne, E., & Tiberghien, A. (Eds.). (1985). Children s ideas in science. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. Driver, R., Squires, A., Rushworth, P., & Wood-Robinson, V. (1994). Making sense of secondary science. London: Routledge. Fleer, M., & Robbins, J. (2003). Understanding our youngest scientific and technological thinkers: International developments in early childhood science education. Research in Science Education, 33, Novak, J. D. (2005). Results and implications of a 12-year longitudinal study of science concept learning. Research in Science Education, 35, Sprung, B. (1996). Physics is fun, physics is important, and physics belongs in the early childhood curriculum. Young Children, July 1996, Vygotsky, L. S. (1978). Mind in society: the development of higher psychological processes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Video tales of teaching in Norwegian science classrooms Marianne Ødegaard Nina E. Arnesen Background, aims and framework The aim of this paper is to describe and scrutinize teaching activities in a selection of Norwegian science classrooms, with a special emphasis on features of science and language use. This is done in order to shed light on and discuss the meaning-making activities students are offered in order to learn science. The present study is part of PISA+, which is a classroom video-study involving both mathematics and reading in addition to science in lower secondary school. It is a qualitative, in-depth study, which tries to scrutinize and understand the results from the past PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment ) studies (Kjaernsli, Lie, Olsen, Roe & Turmo, 2004; Kjaernsli, Lie, Olsen & Roe, 2007; Lie, Kjaernsli, Roe, & Turmo 2001) and evaluation studies of Norwegian schools (Klette, 2003; Schmidt et al., 1996). PISA+ was established to pursue problematic PISA findings in the Norwegian context, and to illuminate the pedagogical processes that shape these findings. It is partly based on sociocultural principles from theorists such as Vygotsky (1934) and Bakhtin (in Holquist & Liapunov, 1982). Our goal is to offer some knowledge valuable for improving teaching and learning in schools. However, by comparing videos from different classrooms and different schools we are also able to see to what extent these moments or classroom actions are typical of their kind. Different classroom actions are seen as part of a largerscaled and longer-termed activity system of teaching science (Lemke, 2000). Learning science Learning is often portrayed as a meaning-making process. Mortimer and Scott (2003) describe learning as both individual meaning-making where old and new ideas are reconstructed, and dialogical meaning-making where ideas are shaped as they are expressed in language in a social context. Based on the Vygotskian perspective the use of language in a social context becomes of crucial importance for science education. Learning science is learning to talk science; learning to use structures and features of the scientific language (Lemke, 1990; Mortimer & Scott, 2003). Mortimer and Scott (2003) consider language as a fundamental tool for learning. They focus on the distinction between an everyday social language and a scientific social language based on Vygotsky s everyday and scientific concepts (Vygotsky, 1934). They also focus on three fundamental features of the scientific social language: description (an account of a system, object or phenomenon), explanation (importing some form of a model or mechanism to account for a specific phenomenon) and generalization (a description or explanation that is independent of any specific context). Modes of communication are a natural part of this picture. Lemke (1990) describes meaning-making as a process where words and artifacts are experienced in a context. Actions and occurrences become meaningful by being contextualized. He claims that you learn science by learning to use the 161

10 scientific language, not only by understanding scientific concepts, but also by how structures and thematic patterns for the science content are presented. Lemke reminds us that in all dialogue there are at least two different things going on; people interact with one another (the activity structure), and they also construct complex meanings about a particular topic (the thematic pattern). In our different levels of analysis in the PISA+ project, we are able to illuminate both organizational patterns and thematic patterns. In our analysis we mainly draw on the works of Mortimer and Scott (2003) and Lemke (1990). Methods and samples The research design is a classroom video-study supported by ethnographic observations and interviews of students and teachers. An important research characteristic of this study is the documentation of sequences of lessons, rather than just single lessons. In addition the same classrooms are videotaped in maths and language art lessons. This makes it possible to compare sequences of lessons across disciplinary subjects such as language arts; maths and science. The study is done in ninth grade (students are years old), in six schools differing in demography and organization. The classrooms are filmed with three cameras. One camera follows the teacher, one camera films the whole class, and one camera focuses on a pair of students. The teachers are interviewed before, during and after the observation period of three weeks. As a first step of analyses we have elaborated a coding scheme (Klette et al., 2005) for coding video-observations of teacher activities and instructional repertoires across sites and school subjects. The coding has been made in Videograph a software tool which makes it possible to see frequencies and patterns of activities across classrooms, teachers and disciplines. The main categories concerning instructional format are whole class instruction; individual deskwork; and group work. In addition science specific analyses are done. The science lessons are coded using a scheme based on the works of Lemke (1990) and Mortimer and Scott (2003). We focus on teaching and learning activities in science and the use of everyday and scientific language, and whether the scientific focus is on descriptions, explanations or generalisations. An average of 35 science lessons are video-taped and analysed. Results The first level of analysis, which mainly concerns organisational patterns, is common for all three school subjects involved in PISA+. It indicates that in science education whole class instruction is the single most frequent activity (Klette et al., 2007). The two main activities connected to whole class instruction in science are dialogical instruction and task management. The next level of analysis concerns only science lessons. We see that the activity structure offered by the teacher mostly involves developing new content. The two next most frequent activities are task management and practical work. However, surprisingly there is hardly any emphasis on summing up the lesson or student work. The students participate by listening, engaging orally or taking notes. Teachers use of task management is connected to either giving procedural instructions about practical work, or giving instructions about student assignments. Although the teacher orchestrates most of the classroom dialogue, she or he is attentive to student initiatives, and quite a few times the movement of classroom talk is heavily influenced by student engagement. We observed that student initiatives are almost as frequent and influential as teacher initiatives. However, in our material we hardly find situations where students focus on talking science with each other to elaborate their scientific understanding. Although we do have some hands-on science situations suitable for science talk, the conversation seems to focus on practical issues rather than substantial and conceptual topics. This observation is verified when we look at the scientific language coding. Like Mortimer and Scott (2003), we have studied which features of science are the focus of dialogues between teacher and students. This category is coded by following the teacher in all situations. In our material only a small part (less that 20%) of the overall dialogue has a focus on features of science. The most frequent feature is description. In-depth analyses of the language used in science lessons, show that scientific language, defined as the use of scientific concepts (Mortimer & Scott, 2003), occurs usually in only a small part of a whole lesson. However, we see that categorising the language as either everyday or scientific may be problematic. Conclusions and implications Our analyses of science classrooms reveal interesting information that may illuminate the past Norwegian PISA findings and give ideas for improvements in teaching science. The involved science teachers emerge as being very inclusive of student initiatives. They are responsible and loyal towards their school and students in meeting multiple requirements of organisation and adjustments. However, in this battle for attention substantial science issues seem to lose out. Use of workplans and project work result in delayed feedback and seems to be the reason for the lack of summing up of lessons and student work. This in turn results in a quite periodic and varied learning demand. Workplans might also lead to individualised learning. 162

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