The forest school like a potential scene for developing problem-solving thinking
The development of science problem solving through active student participation has been the focus of research since the beginning of the 20th century. Among the many teaching and learning methods developed for development, we are now focusing on problem solving, namely in a special field of environmental education in the forestry school. In the following, would like to give some insight into the work of a forestry school through some practical examples, in order to draw attention to the importance of this special place of environmental education.
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