Τετάρτη, 20 Ιανουαρίου 2016

Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST)

Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST)


  Vol. 53, n°1, 1/2016

 
  • On the ‘Fabric’ of our global science education research community: The art and science of writing for the Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Fouad Abd-El-Khalick and Dana L. Zeidler
  • Multimodal teacher input and science learning in a middle school sheltered classroom, Ying Zhang
  • Learning nature of science concepts through a research apprenticeship program: A comparative study of three approaches, Stephen R. Burgin and Troy D. Sadler
  • Evaluating indicator-based methods of ‘measuring long-term impacts of a science center on its community’, Eric Allen Jensen
  • Utilizing indicator-based methods: ‘Measuring the impact of a science center on its community’, John H. Falk and Mark D. Needham
  • Comparing two forms of concept map critique activities to facilitate knowledge integration processes in evolution education, Beat A. Schwendimann and Marcia C. Linn
  • Young African American boys narrating identities in science, Justine M. Kane
  • Investigating middle school students' ability to develop energy as a framework for analyzing simple physical phenomena, Nicos Papadouris and Constantinos P. Constantinou
  • From description to explanation: An empirical exploration of the African-American pipeline problem in STEM, Bryan A. Brown, J. Bryan Henderson, Salina Gray, Brian Donovan, Shayna Sullivan, Alexis Patterson and William Wagstaff



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