JTIE 2013, 5(2):16-19 | 10.5507/jtie.2013.020

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT WORKS AS A WAY TO INCREASE INTEREST IN TECHNICAL DISCIPLINES AND SCIENCE

Jana KALOVÁ
Ústav matematiky a biomatematiky, Přírodovědecká fakulta JČU, Branišovská 31 370 05 České Budějovice, ČR

Paper responses to current and frequently mentioned problem of lack of students´ interest to study technical fields. Goal of the paper is to introduce examples of specific activities and results of grammar school students. These results significantly exceed a scope of a standard curriculum and head students to prefer science and technical subjects. Several student works are presented.

Keywords: science and technical subjects at school, individual work of student, competition

Published: August 1, 2013

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