Approaches and strategies in next generation science learning
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Approaches and Strategies in Next Generation Science Learning examines the challenges involved in the development of modern curriculum models, teaching strategies, and assessments in science education in order to prepare future students in the 21st century economies. This comprehensive collection of research brings together science educators, researchers and administrators interested in enhancing the teaching and learning of next generation science.
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Practicals in science education: a study of the theoretical bases, rationale and implementation of practicals in junior secondary science educationBradley, Duncan (2005)This study explores the issues involved in the theoretical bases, rationale and implementation of practical work in junior secondary science programs. The part that practical work has played in science education, both ...
Perceptions of the learning environment, attitudes towards science, and understandings of the nature of science among prospective elementary teachers in an innovative science courseMartin-Dunlop, Catherine S. (2004)The major purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of a science course for prospective elementary teachers on their perceptions of the learning environment, attitudes towards science, and understandings of the ...
Increasing Accessibility to Science in Early Childhood Teacher Education Through Collaboration Between Teacher Educators and Science/Engineering AcademicsHowitt, Christine; Blake, Elaine; Calais, Martina; Carnellor, Yvonne; Frid, Sandra; Lewis, Simon; Mocerino, Mauro; Parker, Lesley; Sparrow, Len; Ward, Jo; Zadnik, Marjan (2012)Various reports have identifi ed urgent needs for science education in Australia, in particular, in relation to maintaining and increasing capability to teach science at all levels of schooling (e.g. Australian Academy ...