R. PAȘCALĂU1, Laura ȘMULEAC1, S. STANCIU1, S. MILANCOVIC2, L.R. STIEGELBAUER2, A. PĂDUREAN3, G. BĂRBULEȚ4 1University of Life Sciences “King Mihai I” from Timișoara 2 “ Vasile Goldiș” Western University of Arad 3 “ Aurel Vlaicu” University from Arad 4’’1 Decembrie 1918 University”, Alba Iulia
This scientific manuscript sheds light on the dynamic landscape of non-formal education and innovative teaching methods within the realm of life sciences. Traditional classroom settings often struggle to captivate the minds of life sciences students, who benefit immensely from hands-on experiences and unconventional teaching approaches. In response to this challenge, non-formal education emerges as a powerful tool for fostering deeper understanding and enthusiasm among life sciences learners. Non-formal education methods such as field trips, hands-on laboratories, workshops, and interactive projects play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between theory and practice. These approaches immerse students in real-world scenarios, allowing them to apply theoretical concepts, conduct experiments, and explore the intricate relationships of life sciences. In addition to non-formal education, this abstract explores innovative teaching techniques that are proving effective in life sciences education. These include flipped classrooms, gamification, peer learning, and the integration of multimedia and technology. These methods cater to diverse learning styles, enhance student engagement, and promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills. The abstract emphasizes the symbiotic relationship between non-formal education and innovative teaching methods, demonstrating how they create a dynamic and enriching learning environment for life sciences students. The results are students who are better equipped to grasp complex biological concepts, more enthusiastic about their studies, and poised to contribute to the ever-evolving field of life sciences. This abstract underscores the significance of adapting teaching methodologies to the needs of life sciences education in the 21st century.
students, non formal, education, methods, life sciences, impact
environmental engineering
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