Key points in the guidance plan for radiation education in junior high school.
|(1) Radiation education must be introduced in the first year before “nature and humans” can be taught in the third year|
|(2) Students should learn to perform scientific analyses with data on daily radiation doses|
|(3) Students should go beyond the mere presentation of information by conducting experiments, measuring levels, making models, analyzing nuclear accidents, etc.|
|(4) Radiation education must be linked to comprehensive learning of the effects of radiation on human health, radiation protection measures, etc.|
|(5) Students should take up the subject in the context of the history of science, which should include an introduction to the contributions of various scientists to radiation education|
|(6) Radiation teaching should consist of three pillars: “knowledge”, “observation/experiments” and “facts”|
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