Teaching Decomposition to Fundamental Students

The virtual innovations like social media and virtual tools are changing the ways we transmit and communicate to ourselves. At the teaching science area, these changes are contributing to new ways to see and analyze the objects/phenomenons. Considering the nontransparent and the limitation of some science representations, the different abilities of the students, the limitations of the representations and the variety of modes of representation the present work explore by a sociocultural context and a multimodal approach the decomposition teaching to fundamental students. The different modes used showed that their coupling can provide a better understand of the phenomenon and also benefit the learning process of a heterogeneous class.

Representations, Sociocultural Context

Science, Mathematics and Technology Learning

Paper Presentation in a Themed Session

  • Matheus Sato
    • Licenciatura, Universidade de São Paulo
    • Graduado em Química e Licenciatura em Ciências Exatas pela Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Mestre em Ciências pela mesma. Aluno de doutorado do Programa de Pós-Graduação Multiunidades em Ensino de Ciências e Matemática (PECIM) da Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Área de atuação: Ensino de Ciências, História da Ciência e Ensino de Química.