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제126회 대한화학회 학술발표회 및 총회 Story about Education and Life Reflected in the Overseas Voluntary Activity of Science Education

2020년 8월 24일 10시 01분 00초
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10월 21일(수) 16:30~17:00
Chemistry Education
저자 및
JaeYoung Han*, Sungmin Im1
Department of Chemistry Education, Chungbuk Natioanl University, Korea
1Division of Science Education, Daegu University, Korea
Though the overseas voluntary activities are increasing in Korea recently, there is still the negative perceptions on going abroad for voluntary activities. Korean secondary school teachers and professors had gone to Timor-Leste and performed the voluntary activity of science education from 2007 to 2016. This study aims to help people’s understanding on voluntary activity by finding meanings of this activity and sharing the lives of participants of this activity while looking through their stories of participation. We gathered the interview data for 8 participants in 2016, the note of participant observation of one author, the SNS documents, the photographs, the essays etc. and analyzed the data by the consecutive comparative analysis. We searched the meaning of this voluntary activity by answering such questions as ‘why did you go to Timor-Leste?’, ‘what did you do there?’, ‘what was the reason of doing voluntary activity continuously?’, ‘what did you feel?’, and ‘what was changed in yourself?’. The driving forces of the continuation of this activity of doing science experiment with Timor-Leste teachers were ‘keeping promise’, ‘trust on people’ etc. The participants experienced various changes such as ‘regaining smile’, ‘enforcing passion and self-confidence’, ‘rediscovering the importance of science education’ etc. This activity showed all the characteristics of voluntary activity reported in the literature, and in addition, gave the implications on the necessity of voluntary activity focused on science education. This voluntary activity had kept all the participants’ lives warm. [This work was supported by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF-2015S1A5A2A03048047)]