2011

The Professional Knowledge Base of Science Teaching

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ISBN: 978-90-481-3926-2 (Print) 978-90-481-3927-9 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-1

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    Pages 1-11

    Approaches to Considering the Professional Knowledge Base of Science Teachers

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    Pages 13-29

    Blurring the Boundary Between the Classroom and the Community: Challenges for Teachers’ Professional Knowledge

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    Pages 31-50

    Didaktik —An Appropriate Framework for the Professional Work of Science Teachers ?

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    Pages 51-63

    Moving Beyond Deconstruction and Reconstruction: Teacher Knowledge-as-Action

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    Pages 65-81

    Making a Case for Improving Practice: What Can Be Learned About High-Quality Science Teaching from Teacher-Produced Cases?

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    Pages 83-106

    An Approach to Elaborating Aspects of a Knowledge Base for Expert Science Teaching

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    Pages 107-127

    Towards a Cultural View on Quality Science Teaching

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    Pages 129-152

    Japanese Elementary Rika Teachers’ Professional Beliefs and Knowledge of Rika Teaching: How Are They Indigenized?

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    Pages 153-171

    Chinese Teachers’ Views of Teaching Culturally Related Knowledge in School Science

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    Pages 173-187

    Teaching Secondary Science in Rural and Remote Schools: Exploring the Critical Role of a Professional Learning Community

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    Pages 189-203

    Argumentation in the Teaching of Science

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    Pages 205-221

    Assessment Literacy: What Science Teachers Need to Know and Be Able to Do

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    Pages 223-241

    Supporting Technological Thinking: Block Play in Early Childhood Education

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    Pages 243-258

    Re-conceptualizing the Teaching of Physics for Non-majors: Learning from Instructor-Driven Reform

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    Pages 259-277

    Developing the Knowledge Base of Preservice Science Teachers: Starting the Path Towards Expertise Using Slowmation

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    Pages 279-293

    Teaching Science in Informal Environments: Pedagogical Knowledge for Informal Educators

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    Pages 295-317

    Knowledge to Deal with Challenges to Science Education from Without and Within

  19. Back Matter

    Pages 307-307