Scientix webinar: Identify, evaluate and organize students' arguments within a Socio-Scientific Issues SSI discussion
Type of event: webinar
Target groups: teachers
Topic: other, science education
Language of event: English
Register to the webinar!The webinar will take place at 17.30 CEST in the Scientix online meeting room. After registration, you will receive an email with instructions. NB: Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis!Webinar outline:
The webinar refers to teachers that need help to identify and response to students’ argumentation in classroom or group discussions and thus, improve their ability to manage such discussions. More specifically, the webinar describes, through examples of real classroom discussions, the types of practical and theoretical arguments that emerge in such discussions and the types of grounds for each type of argument. In this way, chains of sub-issues discussions might be identified, organized, or even prompted by a teacher within the discussion. The above process enables the clarification of the network of arguments that emerge within an SSI discussion, especially in the way that the scientific, moral and emotional aspect intersect. The webinar, might also interest researchers dealing with SSI’s argumentation analysis.
About the presenter:
Chrystalla Lymbouridou is the Scientix Deputy in for Cyprus and primary school teacher. Additionally, she holds a Ph.D. in science teaching (thesis: “Controversial issues in science education for functional scientific literacy: A case study of an implemented curriculum in Cyprus Science classrooms”).She is also involved in projects related to socioscientific issues such as PROFILES and ENGAGE.