Πέμπτη, 19 Μαρτίου 2015

Science Education

Science Education


  Vol. 99, n°2, 3/2015

 
  • Is Science for Us? Black Students’ and Parents’ Views of Science and Science Careers, LOUISE ARCHER, JENNIFER DEWITT and JONATHAN OSBORNE
  • Language, Access, and Power in the Elementary Science Classroom, EMILY SCHOERNING, BRIAN HAND, MACK SHELLEY and WILLIAM THERRIEN
  • Human–Nature Relationships in School Science: A Critical Discourse Analysis of a Middle-Grade Science Textbook, AJAY SHARMA and CORY A. BUXTON
  • Supporting Use of Evidence in Argumentation Through Practice in Argumentation and Reflection in the Context of SOCRATES Learning Environment, KALYPSO IORDANOU and COSTAS P. CONSTANTINOU
  • Encouraging Greater Student Inquiry Engagement in Science Through Motivational Support by Online Scientist-Mentors, STEPHEN C. SCOGIN and CAROL L. STUESSY
  • Understanding Korean Transnational Girls in High School Science Classes: Beyond the Model Minority Stereotype, MINJUNG RYU
  • The Joint Work of Connecting Multiple (Re)presentations in Science Classrooms ALFREDO JORNET and WOLFF-MICHAEL ROTH
 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sce.2015.99.issue-2/issuetoc?campaign=woletoc

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