About this book
Each volume in the 7-volume series The World of Science Education reviews research in a key region of the world. These regions include North America, South and Latin America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Europe and Israel, North Africa and the Middle East, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
The focus of this Handbook is on research in science education in mostly former British colonies in Sub-Saharan Africa and the scholarship that most closely support this program. The reviews of the research situate what has been accomplished within a given field in Sub-Saharan Africa rather than an international context. The purpose therefore is to articulate and exhibit regional networks and trends that produced specific forms of science education. The thrust lies in identifying the roots of research programs and sketching trajectories – focusing the changing façade of problems and solutions within regional contexts. The approach allows readers to review what has been done and accomplished, what is missing and what might be done next.
Science education Sub-Saharan Africa Cultural perspectives Historical perspectives Legacy of Colonialism
The World of Science Education
Handbook of Research in Science Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
Femi S. Otulaja
Meshach B. Ogunniyi
Cultural and Historical Perpectives on Science Education: Handbooks
SensePublishers-Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2017
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