Cultural Studies of Science Education
Examines science education as a cultural, cross-age, cross-class, and cross-disciplinary phenomenon. It establishes bridges between science education and social studies of science, public understanding of science, science and human values, and science and literacy. The journal provides an interactive platform for researchers working in the multidisciplinary fields of cultural studies and science education.By taking a cultural approach and paying close attention to theories from cultural studies, the journal reflects the current diversity in science education. In addition, it reflects the variety of settings in which science education takes place, including schools, museums, zoos, laboratories, parks, aquariums, and community development, maintenance and restoration programs.In addition to original research articles, the journal publishes essays, OP-ED, comments, criticisms, and letters on emerging issues.Your article in Cultural Studies of Science Education?
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9 Volumes 34 Issues 587 Articles available from 2006 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Enracinement or the earth, the originary ark, does not move: on the phenomenological (historical and ontogenetic) origin of common and scientific sense and the genetic method of teaching (for) understanding
Wolff-Michael Roth (July 2014)
The sociopolitical importance of genetic, phenomenological approaches to science teaching and learning
Jesse Bazzul (July 2014)
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