PUBLIC SCIENCE EDUCATION: ROLES AND CONTRIBUTIONS
Journal of Baltic Science Education , Volume 20, pp 696-699; https://doi.org/10.33225/jbse/21.20.696
Abstract: Why we need Science in our life? Why, when, and how people should learn scientific facts and acquire skills originated from application of specific scientific methods? Whether Science education is limited exclusively with the mission to prepare students to their life in the world of Physical/chemical/biological objects or vice versa it has a special cognitive potential that gives rise to the ability of every person regardless on its professional and social occupation to solve problems more effectively? JBSE publishes articles in which our authors try to answer all these questions exploring the issues of science education in different contexts. At the turn of the millennium, people have met a lot of new realities referring to issues in technologies, psychology, social relations etc. The life has changed drastically during a few last decades and a lot of traditional things seem to be perceived completely differently. How all those changes influenced the attitude to Science, how this is reflected in social and humanitarian issues, and finally, which ways should be proposed for Science Education in new reality?
Keywords: Science education / scientific / lot / new realities / life / Physical/chemical/biological objects / social relations
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