Developing Pre-service Science Teachers’ Ability to Teach the MII-STEM Approach Through Microteaching

R. Ahmad Zaky El Islami (Lead / Corresponding author), Chatree Faikhamta, Samia Khan, Nguyen Van Bien, Indah Juwita Sari, Song Xue, Le Hai My Ngan, Vipavadee Khwaengmake, Nguyen Thi To Khuyen, Thauresean Prasoplarba, Anupong Praisri

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Abstract

This study aims to examine the effectiveness of model-based integrated inquiry in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (MII-STEM) approach implementation to pre-service science teachers’ ability to teach the MII-STEM approach through microteaching. The key features of the MII-STEM approach consist of real-world problems, constructing a STEM model, predicting, collecting data, testing solutions, and formulating hypothesis-proposal solutions. The method used in this study was a one-shot case study. Data were collected through a teaching-practice assessment form covering eight aspects,
including teaching purpose, science and engineering practices, modelling, inquiry, the integration between S-T-E-M, overview and sequence of learning management, learning management steps according to MIISTEM and methods of measurement, assessment, and evaluation. The participants consisted of 25 preservice science teachers that be divided in five groups. We analyzed the data using rubric scores to obtain a mean score for each pre-service science teacher. The results indicate that all five pre-service science teachers are in the acceptable category for practicing the MII-STEM approach based on the results of the microteaching assessment. These findings conclude that pre-service science teachers’ ability to teach the MII-STEM approach is acceptable, showing that the MII-STEM approach impementation is effective towards pre-service science teachers’ ability to teach the MII-STEM approach. Future studies need to be conducted to develop and evaluate the online MII-STEM approach as a response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2021
Event2021 International Conference of East-Asian Association for Science Education: Asian Collaboration Towards the Development of New Science Education for the Future: Wise Preparation with SDGs/STEM - Shizuoka University (On-Line), Shizuoka , Japan
Duration: 18 Jun 202120 Jun 2021
https://www.ease2021.org/

Conference

Conference2021 International Conference of East-Asian Association for Science Education
Abbreviated titleEASE 2021
Country/TerritoryJapan
CityShizuoka
Period18/06/2120/06/21
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Keywords

  • MII-STEM
  • Microteaching
  • Science teachers

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