Learning Theories and Practices in Science Communication

This course introduces students to current theories of learning relevant to communicating science to non-specialist audiences in informal learning environments. This includes topics such as constructivism, socio-cultural approaches to learning, lifelong learning, discovery learning, experiential learning, theories of multiple intelligences and the Contextual Model of Learning. Students recognize and apply learning theories to critically analyse, evaluate, and develop various forms of science communication. (lec 2, sem 1) cr 3

SCOM-5026EL
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3.00
GR