About this book
As part of an international curricular Delphi study, Theresa Schulte realizes an empirically based approach to a contemporary understanding of scientific literacy from the perspective of different stakeholders in Germany. The analyses show in which areas changes are necessary so that science education can better fulfill its claim to contribute to students’ general education and literacy.
- Science in the Context of General Education
- Curricular Processes in Science Education
- Design of the Curricular Delphi Study on Science Education
- Instruments of Data Collection and Methods of Data Analysis
- Results of the Different Rounds
- Comparison to Findings in Other (European) Countries
- Researchers and students in the fields of chemistry education and science education
- Teachers of natural sciences, especially chemistry
Dr. Theresa Schulte holds a doctoral degree from the Department of Chemistry Education of Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. She cooperated in an EU project to promote scientific literacy in Europe and is currently a chemistry and English teacher at a secondary school.