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Wednesday, January 3 • 2:15pm - 3:10pm
Why Don’t you Enjoy HEC? I14

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Do you know "Kasetsu", Hypothesis-Experiment Class?
In this session, we will present a concrete method and theory on how HEC enables students to engage in learning science concepts with unique teaching materials indispensable to HEC. The majority of students exposed to HEC evaluate the class as FUN!  Regardless of when, where, and by whom it is carried out.
   Attractive Classbooks in various fields (starting with mechanics and physics) have been developed and utilized in all grades from primary education to university liberal arts education.
   Please come and see what HEC is through one of the typical Classbooks "Objects and their Weight". This Classbook is usually carried out in classes of 8-14 years-old. We will also show some of the real class records at primary schools in Japan. 

avatar for Haruhiko Funahashi

Haruhiko Funahashi

Professor, Kyoto University
I have a background in experimental particle physics. My interests are in introductory education in physics. I am in charge of physics lectures for non-science majors, mainly freshman, and a lecture of science teachers certificate course. In both lectures, from different viewpoints... Read More →
avatar for Tomoko Hasegawa

Tomoko Hasegawa

Junior High School Teacher, Hanaho Junior high school
I am interested in teaching introductory physics through HEC(Hypothesis- Experiment- class) method. It is my life work as a teacher of science. Because pupil comes to join the discussion to the result of the experiment and enjoy thinking together. Through that experiments, most pupils... Read More →
avatar for Mariko Kobayashi

Mariko Kobayashi

Manager of translation and publication committee, Association for Studies in Hypothesis-Experiment Class
I have taught science at junior high schools in Japan for 30years. I also have worked as a secretariat of a translation and publication committee of ASHEC for 10years.Last summer, I released an iOS app "If You Could See an Atom " in Japanese-English. My colleagues and I will introduce... Read More →

Wednesday January 3, 2018 2:15pm - 3:10pm GMT
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