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What is STS?Interaction between science and technology and social, cultural, political, and economic contexts which shape and are shaped by them
In STS education what kind of environment does Science have?Natural Environment
In STS education what kind of environment does Society have?Social Environment
In STS education what kind of environment does Technology have?Artificially Constructed Environment
Who wrote about Paradigm of STS Teaching & Learning in 1992?Aikenhead
In the graph (with circle plus an arrow that crosses it) what does the first white stripe near the dot symbolizes?Negative Issues
What does Science Concept and Skills do?It helps learn and know how we could solve the problem
In the graph (with circle plus an arrow that crosses it) what does the 2nd white stripe near the arrow head symbolizes?Positive Side of Technology
Continue the sentence: The problem starts within the society and ends for...the Society
In the diagram for the Paradigm of STS Teaching & Learning what is the arrangement of its process?Society's Response > Technology 1 (-) > Science Concept > Science skills inquiry based > Technology 2 (+)
What does GC stands for?Global Citizenship
What does GCED stands for?Global Citizenship Education
What is the description for Global Citizenship?a sense of belonging to a broader community, beyond national boundaries, that emphasizes our common humanity and draws on the interconnectedness between the local and the global, the national and the international.
What are the 4 pillars of Global Citizenship Education (GCED)?“learning to know” “learning to do” “learning to be” “learning to live together” (UNESCO,1996).
What are the 3 Key conceptual dimensions of GCED and ESD?Cognitive , Socio-emotional, Behavioral Skills
What is a Cognitive Skill?Learners acquire knowledge, understanding and critical thinking about global issues and the interconnectedness/interdependency of countries and different populations
What is a Socio-emotional skill?Learners have a sense of belonging to a common humanity, sharing values and responsibilities and holding rights. Learners show empathy, solidarity and respect for differences and diversity.
What is a Behavioral skill?Learners act effectively and responsibly at local, national and global contexts for a more peaceful and sustainable world
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)A shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet. An urgent call for action by all countries (developed and developing) in a global partnership. It is recognized that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth –all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests
social theories that could intervene in the attainment of these goals:Social Darwinism
Examples of Societal Cases to be resolved by STS:Shortage of sustainable water Illegal Wildlife Trade Science in the Philippines
The Meaning of PhilosophyPhilosophy means "love of wisdom." • It is made up of two Greek words, philo, meaning love, and sophos, meaning wisdom