Παρασκευή, 22 Δεκεμβρίου 2017

Science Education

Science Education


 Vol. 102, n°1, janvier 2018


  • What does three-dimensional teaching and learning look like?: Examining the potential for crosscutting concepts to support the development of science knowledge, Sarah J. Fick
  • Experiences and practices of evolution instructors at Christian universities that can inform culturally competent evolution education, M. Elizabeth Barnes and Sara E. Brownell
  • Community organizations’ programming and the development of community science teachers, Maria Varelas, Daniel Morales-Doyle, Syeda Raza, David Segura, Karen Canales and Carole Mitchener
  • Boosting the numbers of STEM majors? The role of high schools with a STEM program, Martha Cecilia Bottia, Elizabeth Stearns, Roslyn Arlin Mickelson and Stephanie Moller
  • An inquiry into the structure of situational interests, Flávio S. Azevedo
  • Framing negotiation: Dynamics of epistemological and positional framing in small groups during scientific modeling, Soo-Yean Shim and Heui-Baik Kim
  • High school students’ evaluations, plausibility (re) appraisals, and knowledge about topics in Earth science, Doug Lombardi, Elliot S. Bickel, Janelle M. Bailey and Shondricka Burrell
  • Metaphors describing energy transfer through ecosystems: Helpful or misleading?lrike Wernecke, Julia Schwanewedel and Ute Harms
  • Using Q methodology to investigate undergraduate students’ attitudes toward the geosciences, Julia M. Young and Daniel P. Shepardson



http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sce.2018.102.issue-1/issuetoc?campaign=woletoc

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