Πέμπτη, 24 Νοεμβρίου 2016

Science Education

Science Education


 Vol. 100, n°6, 11/2016


  • A Forum for the Science Education Community's Continual Self-Renewal, SHERRY A. SOUTHERLAND and JOHN SETTLAGE
  • Development of an Empirically Based Learning Performances Framework for Third-Grade Students’ Model-Based Explanations About Plant Processes, LAURA ZANGORI and CORY T. FORBES
  • Caught in the Balance: An Organizational Analysis of Science Teaching in Schools With Elementary Science Specialists, LISA M. MARCO-BUJOSA and ABIGAIL JURIST LEVY
  • Rigor in Elementary Science Students’ Discourse: The Role of Responsiveness and Supportive Conditions for Talk, CAROLYN COLLEY and MARK WINDSCHITL
  • Identifying Underlying Causes of Situational Interest in a Science Course for Preservice Elementary Teachers, DAVID H. PALMER, JEANETTE DIXON and JENNIFER ARCHER
  • A Comparison of Scientists’ Arguments and School Argumentation Tasks, ANNA C. MACPHERSON
  • An Activity-Based Instructional Framework for Transforming Authentic Modeling Practices into Meaningful Contexts for Learning in Science Education, GJALT T. PRINS, ASTRID M. W. BULTE and ALBERT PILOT
  • How Do Preservice Biology Teachers Explain the Origin of Biological Traits?: A Philosophical Analysis, KOSTAS KAMPOURAKIS, PATRICIA SILVEIRA and BRUNO J. STRASSER
  • How Do Undergraduate Students Conceptualize Acid–Base Chemistry? Measurement of a Concept Progression, WILLIAM L. ROMINE, AMBER N. TODD and TRAVIS B. CLARK
  • Improving Middle School Science Learning Using Diagrammatic Reasoning, JENNIFER G. CROMLEY, STEVEN M. WEISBERG, TING DAI, NORA S. NEWCOMBE, CHRISTIAN D. SCHUNN, CHRISTINE MASSEY and F. JOSEPH MERLINO


http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sce.2016.100.issue-6/issuetoc?campaign=woletoc

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