Springer Verlag Progressing Science Education Book Volume 37
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Springer "Progressing Science Education" Science book provides a coherent conceptualization of the field as a research program and is written by Keith S. Taber.
Springer "Progressing Science Education" Science book responds to a wide range of criticisms of constructivism in education and has an account of the history, current state, potential. Book provides heuristic guidance for further research.
Age group and grades: Ages 15+ years and grades 9+
Subject: Science and technology, study and teaching, contingency in learning, science education as a research field, scientific research programmes, teaching and learning science and more
Title: Progressing Science Education
Number of pages: 400
Author: Keith S. Taber
Publisher: Springer, Publication date: 06/09/2009
Edition: 2009 edition
Size: 241 mm x 165 mm x 25 mm
Genre: Education/teaching methods and materials/science and technology
Series: Contemporary Trends and Issues in Science Education
Constructing the scientific research programmed into the contingent nature of learning science
Exploring one of the central themes in science education theory, this volume examines how science education can be considered as a scientific activity within a broad post-positivist notion of science
Notion of scientific research programmes is used to understand the development, limitations and potential of constructivism
Provides a good overview of research on science learning and thus would be a valuable read for new entrants to science education research
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