Assessing Preparatory Stage Science Curriculum in Egypt in Light of Relevance of Science Education Project (ROSE)

  • Rashed Mohammed Rashed Associate Professor of Science Education, Benha University, Egypt, and in King Khaled University, Saudi Arabia
Keywords: the relevance of science education project, ROSE

Abstract

Abstract: The purpose of this study was investigating the role of the preparatory stage science curriculum in the scientific practices, activities and interests of the students. By collecting data on scientific topics, the future fields of work and out–of –school Experiences that the student's preparatory stage are interested and their Opinions about Environmental Challenges, Science &Technology and science classes. To achieve this goal, the ROSE tool was applied to a group of (227) students in the third grade of preparatory stage   after its translation and control. This is in addition to analysis the scientific content of the preparatory stage curriculum. The study concluded that the number of scientific topics that reflect the interests of the students reached (97) topics, and the fields of future work reached (21) fields, the fields of scientific activities that the students practice outside the school reached (29) This is in addition to a positive attitude of the students towards the environment and its protection, the social role of science, and the continuation of the study of science.

Key Words:  preparatory stage, science curriculum, the relevance of science education project (ROSE)

Author Biography

Rashed Mohammed Rashed, Associate Professor of Science Education, Benha University, Egypt, and in King Khaled University, Saudi Arabia

Associate Professor of Science Education, Benha University, Egypt, and in King Khaled University, Saudi Arabia

Published
2019-05-12
How to Cite
Rashed, R. (2019). Assessing Preparatory Stage Science Curriculum in Egypt in Light of Relevance of Science Education Project (ROSE). International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 2(3), 323 - 382. Retrieved from http://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/72
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