2007

Contributions from Science Education Research

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-5031-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-5032-9 (Online)

Table of contents (37 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIX

  2. Students’ Interest In Learning Science

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      Pages 1-1

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      Interest in Science: Lessons and non-lessons from TIMSS and PISA

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      Pages 11-26

      Research-based Innovative Units for Enhancing Student Cognitive Outcomes and Interest in Science

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      Pages 27-36

      Girls and Physics: Dilemmas and Tensions

  3. Science Education Research: New Approaches and Links to Practice

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      Pages 37-37

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      Pages 39-57

      Contested Territory: The Actual and Potential Impact of Research on Teaching and Learning Science on Students’ Learning

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      Pages 59-75

      Studying Science Teaching Practices in Relation to Learning: Time Scales of Teaching Phenomena

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      Pages 77-89

      The Potential of Video Studies in Research on Teaching and Learning Science

  4. Science Teachers’ Knowledge, Practice and Education

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      Pages 91-91

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      Pages 93-105

      Pedagogical Content Knowledge: What Does it Mean to Science Teachers?

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      Pages 107-118

      Science Teachers’ PCK and Teaching Practice: Learning to Scaffold Students’ Open-inquiry Learning

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      Pages 119-130

      Physics in Context – A program for Improving Physics Instruction in Germany

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      Pages 131-142

      The Relationship of Capability Beliefs and Teaching Environments of New Danish Elementary Teachers of Science to Teaching Success

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      Pages 143-156

      A Beginners’ Module of Integrated Natural Science for Secondary Teacher Students: The result of an Educational Reconstruction Process over Three Iterations

  5. Learning and Understanding Science

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      Pages 157-157

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      Pages 159-171

      Learning Process Studies

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      Pages 173-185

      Meaning Construction and Contextualization While Solving a Dynamics Task in the Laboratory

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      Pages 187-198

      Development of a Model of Formative Assessment

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      Pages 199-210

      Memorisation of Information from Scientific Movies

  6. Teaching and Learning Scientific Concepts

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      Pages 211-211

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      Pages 213-224

      Micro-organisms: Everyday Knowledge Predates and Contrasts with School Knowledge

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      Pages 225-236

      Using the Processes of Electrical Charge of Bodies as a Tool in the Assessment of University Students’ Learning in Electricity

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      Pages 237-248

      Representation and Learning about Evaporation

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      Pages 249-259

      Learning from the History and Philosophy of Science: Deficiencies in Teaching the Macroscopic Concepts of Substance and Chemical Change

  7. Innovative Teaching–Learning Environments in Science Education

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      Pages 261-261

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      Pages 263-273

      Non-Formal Science Teaching and Learning

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