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Miia Rannikmäe, Priit Reiska, Margus Pedaste

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Ligikaudu kümme aastat on nn Rocardi raporti "Science education now: A renewed pedagogy for the future of Europe" avaldamisest saadik olnud loodusteaduslik ja matemaatikaharidus Euroopa Liidus varasemast suurema tähelepanu all. Selle eesmärk on suurendada loodusteadustes, inseneri- ja matemaatikavaldkonnas karjääri valivate inimeste hulka, et tagada liikmesriikide areng neile erialadele tugineva innovatsiooni kaudu. Ka Euroopa Komisjoni hiljutises raportis "Science education for responsible citizenship" (2015) rõhutatakse, et tulevikusuundumused eeldavad kõigi ühiskonnaliikmete senisest paremat arusaamist loodusteadustest ja tehnoloogiast, et tagada nende aktiivne ja vastutustundlik osalemine otsustusprotsessis ja teadmistepõhises innovatsioonis. Muutus algab aga koolist, kus tuleb senisest enam pöörata tähelepanu loodusteadusliku-tehnoloogiaalase kirjaoskuse kõrgematele tasemetele.

 


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