Strategy for initiation of preschoolers to science
What is it about?
The associative work between educators and scientists to organize science conference-type events is significant for the development of scientific competencies in preschoolers. In addition, educators and scientists can achieve mutual learning, as educators can update science content and processes, while scientists improve their skills for public engagement in science.
Why is it important?
We are convinced that science conferences for preschoolers should not seek to replicate the model as scientists communicate their research results, nor use stereotypes of "rare scientists, nor careless of their social life" on the contrary children should be able to interact freely among their peers to achieve mutual learning by exchanging their experiences in science.
The following have contributed to this page: Paulina Veas, Sergio A. González, and Rossana Godoy Lenz
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