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Materials for the field test - students' attitudes to nuclear power stations. Materialien zum Unterrichtsversuch: Kernkraftwerke in der Einstellung von Jugendlichen

Abstract

This working paper contains all the materials developed for and used in the field test of 'Student Attitudes toward Atomic Power Stations'. This research is a component of a larger project called 'Attitudes and Attitudes Change with Regard to Problems of Energy Supply and their Consequences for our Environment'. A central aim of this project is the development of instrumental strategies enabling the student to build up in this field a critically reflective and active behavior and attitudes based on sound problem consciousness. These instrumental strategies are derived from theories of social, learning and environmental psychology. A concrete result of these efforts are the materials of the field test mentioned above. They include: a) The draft of an instructional unit 'Atomic Power Stations - Prosperity or Disaster' with - a booklet on the subject matter for students and teachers - a paper on the contents of the instructional unit and their sequence - information for the students concerning the aims of the investigation - working materials for the students - reading materials for the teachers informing them about the proposed instructional strategies based on the psychological theories: (1) model-learning and the structuring of knowledge, (2) how to activate and motivate  More>>
Authors:
Hoffmann, L; Kattmann, U; Lucht, H; Spada, H [1] 
  1. Kiel Univ. (Germany, F.R.). Inst. fuer die Paedagogik der Naturwissenschaften (IPN)
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1975
Product Type:
Book
Reference Number:
AIX-09-391870; ERA-03-055182; EDB-78-115931
Resource Relation:
Related Information: IPN-Arbeitsberichte
Subject:
22 GENERAL STUDIES OF NUCLEAR REACTORS; NUCLEAR POWER; PUBLIC OPINION; ADOLESCENTS; AGE GROUPS; BEHAVIOR; EDUCATION; LEARNING; NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS; SOCIOLOGY; ANIMALS; MAMMALS; MAN; NUCLEAR FACILITIES; POWER; POWER PLANTS; PRIMATES; THERMAL POWER PLANTS; VERTEBRATES; 220900* - Nuclear Reactor Technology- Reactor Safety
OSTI ID:
6702758
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
Pages: 460
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Hoffmann, L, Kattmann, U, Lucht, H, and Spada, H. Materials for the field test - students' attitudes to nuclear power stations. Materialien zum Unterrichtsversuch: Kernkraftwerke in der Einstellung von Jugendlichen. Germany: N. p., 1975. Web.
Hoffmann, L, Kattmann, U, Lucht, H, & Spada, H. Materials for the field test - students' attitudes to nuclear power stations. Materialien zum Unterrichtsversuch: Kernkraftwerke in der Einstellung von Jugendlichen. Germany.
Hoffmann, L, Kattmann, U, Lucht, H, and Spada, H. 1975. "Materials for the field test - students' attitudes to nuclear power stations. Materialien zum Unterrichtsversuch: Kernkraftwerke in der Einstellung von Jugendlichen." Germany.
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title = {Materials for the field test - students' attitudes to nuclear power stations. Materialien zum Unterrichtsversuch: Kernkraftwerke in der Einstellung von Jugendlichen}
author = {Hoffmann, L, Kattmann, U, Lucht, H, and Spada, H}
abstractNote = {This working paper contains all the materials developed for and used in the field test of 'Student Attitudes toward Atomic Power Stations'. This research is a component of a larger project called 'Attitudes and Attitudes Change with Regard to Problems of Energy Supply and their Consequences for our Environment'. A central aim of this project is the development of instrumental strategies enabling the student to build up in this field a critically reflective and active behavior and attitudes based on sound problem consciousness. These instrumental strategies are derived from theories of social, learning and environmental psychology. A concrete result of these efforts are the materials of the field test mentioned above. They include: a) The draft of an instructional unit 'Atomic Power Stations - Prosperity or Disaster' with - a booklet on the subject matter for students and teachers - a paper on the contents of the instructional unit and their sequence - information for the students concerning the aims of the investigation - working materials for the students - reading materials for the teachers informing them about the proposed instructional strategies based on the psychological theories: (1) model-learning and the structuring of knowledge, (2) how to activate and motivate students, (3) the stabilization of attitudes and (4) small group work. b) Instruments for testing and observation. These instruments were used within a criterion-oriented evaluation and for a test of the effects of the different proposed items used in the instruction.}
place = {Germany}
year = {1975}
month = {Jan}
}