Ploštice rodu Elasmucha jako modelová skupina k prezentaci rodičovské péče při přírodovědných školních exkurzích ve střední a severní Evropě

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  • Lubomír Hanel
  • Jana Hanelová

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.437

Klíčová slova:

aktivní výuka, přírodovědné exkurze, vědecké pozorování, ploštice (Heteroptera), rodičovská péče

Abstrakt

Pozorování různých procesů a dějů přímo v přírodních podmínkách  jsou důležitá pro pochopení  vědeckého bádání, stejně jako zdroj inspirace a motivace. Díky zahrnutí vycházek (exkurzí) do výuky biologie se studenti mohou prakticky seznamovat se zásadami přírodovědných průzkumů a zlepšit své vědecké logické myšlení. Článek představuje rodičovskou péči jako důležitou životní strategii živočichů. Tento jev lze snadno prezentovat na některých bezobratlých, např. na plošticích (Insecta, Heteroptera). V článku popsané názorné postupy  slouží k lepší orientaci studentů v problematice a umožní jim provádět vědecká pozorování. Studenti tak mohou pozorovat a zkoumat tento zajímavý projev chování živočichů na vybraných druzích ploštic v jejich přirozeném prostředí. Tyto badatelské aktivity mohou zvýšit aktivní zapojení studentů do výuky i jejich zájem o biologii. Přestože prezentovaný návod na pozorování je především určen  studentům středních škol, je snadné ho přizpůsobit i jiným věkovým skupinám. Uvedená badatelská školní aktivita může být využita v různých evropských regionech s porosty, kde jsou zastoupeny břízy (Betula sp.).

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Biografie autora

Lubomír Hanel

Katedra biologie a ekologických studií, Pedagogická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy Praha, M. D. Rettigové 47/4, Praha 1, 116 39, e-mail: lubomirhanel@seznam.cz

Jana Hanelová

Kladruby 33, 257 62, Czech Republic

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30. 05. 2014

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Hanel, L., & Hanelová, J. (2014). Ploštice rodu Elasmucha jako modelová skupina k prezentaci rodičovské péče při přírodovědných školních exkurzích ve střední a severní Evropě. Envigogika, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.437

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