Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
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Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.5, No.3, Sep. 2019, Pub. Date: May 31, 2019
Implementation of a Dynamic and Multipolar Approach in the Teaching of Chemistry in the 5th Grade of the Malagasy Education System
Pages: 149-157 Views: 76 Downloads: 29
Authors
[01] Zo Andraina Ratsimbatoha, Department of Digital, Quality & Innovation Management, Catholic University of Madagascar, Antananarivo, Madagascar.
[02] Elie Rafidinarivo, Department of Digital, Quality & Innovation Management, Catholic University of Madagascar, Antananarivo, Madagascar.
Abstract
In order to improve quality of learning in chemistry in the 5th grade, a new curriculum based on a dynamic and multipolar approach was designed and applied in two classrooms at the Lycée Toamasina II, mobilizing available resources. The evaluation of learning allowed noticing a better appropriation of the notional contents, and a mastery of disciplinary skills by students. Moreover, students developed 21st century skills during the learning process. However, the proficiency level could be improved by applying the proposed approach all along the schooling of the pupils, from secondary school to higher education.
Keywords
Learning Process, Dynamic and Multipolar Approach, Proficiency Level, Quality of Learning
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