Utilizarea metodei problematizarii la Geografie
Journal of Didactics 01/2009;
Problematisation can be a research method, an independent didactic method or a heuristic problematised learning context. As a didactic method, it involves solving problem situations containing contradictions between previous knowledge about reality and the new information that students acquire. The didactic approach focusing on problem situations solving may have several phases: identifying and presenting problem situations or deducing and describing them together with students; analysing problem situations and restructuring information; researching; phrasing hypotheses and comparing solutions; selecting the best solution; presenting and augmenting the best solution; confirming or infirming the solution. In order to exemplify we present two problem situations and the didactic approaches for solving them.
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