Education and Didactics

   

Higher Standards for Science Education in XXI Century

Authors: Vladimir Komarov

The increasing amount of information requires that scientists and teachers establish its rules of selection, sorting, ordering and contemporary presentation. Selection of information is determined by the individual and the demands of social development in the coming decades. Sort information defined basic human activities and developing their methodological and logical apparatus. Ordering information is based on creation and allocation of a set of systems, systematics and mnemonic rules. This ordering information should perform two functions - distribution databases and identifying errors in these databases. With regard to the educational process system reporting should take into account both the conditioned reflex and unconditioned reflex components of the process of perception and assimilation of new knowledge. Under the current understanding of information we mean the computerized representation of a few principles from which you can easily get a set of facts (Claude Adrien Helvétius, 1759). The first part of this article is devoted to the general principles of a Spiral Approach in Education (SAE). We selected 15 scientific disciplines that form the basis of the SAE.. These subjects should be studied from 4 to 17 years, i.e. until the end of secondary school. The second part of this article is devoted to some theoretical aspects, which can be laid down as the basis of the study of physics, chemistry and biology. We accept and justify that the basis of the science of nature are the three fundamental representations: Combinatorics, Homology and Symmetry. The application of these concepts to a variety of natural objects and processes of their interaction allows us to find a number of conservation laws and selection rules for subsequent analysis. Conservation laws are the most versatile, simple and easy to understand description of many phenomena and objects of nature. The third part of this article is devoted to the specific examples of applications of Combinatorics, Homology and Symmetry to the physical, chemical and biological objects - elementary particles, nuclei of atoms, chemical elements and their ions, molecules and codons. Particular attention is drawn to the need to build a "concentrated" database for the physical, chemical and biological properties. The fourth part of this article is devoted to the specific examples of the construction of the educational process for children from 4 to 17 years. Displaying what educational tools and how to use them in the formation of the architecture of the process of learning and education. Key Words: Combinatory, Homology, Symmetry, Teaching Play Rope Playground Equipment.

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