Τετάρτη, 24 Φεβρουαρίου 2010

Science Education

Science Education

Vol.94, n°2, mars 2010



* Scientific discourse in three urban classrooms: The role of the teacher in engaging high school students in argumentation, Katherine L. McNeill, Diane Silva Pimentel
* Students use of decisionmaking strategies with regard to socioscientific issues: An application of the Rasch partial credit model, Sabina Eggert, Susanne Bögeholz
* Reasoning up and down a food chain: Using an assessment framework to investigate students middle knowledge, Amelia Wenk Gotwals, Nancy Butler Songer
* Ideas about the nature of science in pedagogically relevant contexts: Insights from a situated perspective of primary teachers knowledge, Maria Teresa GuerraRamos, Jim Ryder, John Leach
* Identifying and resolving uncertainty as a mediated action in science: A comparative analysis of the cultural tools used by scientists and elementary science students at work, Susan A. Kirch
* Basic inferences of scientific reasoning, argumentation, and discovery, Anton E. Lawson
* Beginning elementary teachers beliefs about the use of anchoring questions in science: A longitudinal study, Cory T. Forbes, Elizabeth A. Davis
* The scientific life: A moral history of a late modern vocation, Richard H. Beyler
* Why evolution works and creationism fails, Adam R. Shapiro

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