Exploration and Meaning Making in the Learning of Science

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ISBN: 978-90-481-2495-4 (Print) 978-90-481-2496-1 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxii

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    Pages 1-19

    Characteristics of a Genetic Approach to Curriculum Design

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    Pages 21-48

    A Pedagogical Model For Guided Inquiry

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    Pages 49-76

    A Grade 1–9 Curriculum Framework Composed of Archetypical Phenomena and Technological Artifacts

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    Pages 77-103

    An Alternative Paradigm as a Basis for a Holistic Approach to Science Education

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    Pages 105-126

    The Body Image and Feelings in Science Learning

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    Pages 127-160

    Sensory Understanding

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    Pages 161-181

    Movement in Explorations, Gestural Representations, and Communication

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    Pages 183-203

    Empathy

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    Pages 205-241

    Aesthetics in the Learning of Science

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    Pages 243-281

    Play and Exploration in the Teaching and Learning of Science

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    Pages 283-309

    Play and Variations in Explorations and Representations: The Stereoscopic Principle and Montage in the Design of Science Educational Experiences

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    Pages 311-339

    The Role of Metaphor, Models, and Analogies in Science Education

  14. Back Matter

    Pages i-xxii