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Research Perspectives and Skills for Science Education

  • Yashwantrao Ramma
  • Ajeevsing Bholoa
  • Brinda Oogarah-Pratap
Part of the New Directions in Mathematics and Science Education book series (NDMS)

Abstract

In this chapter we examine the extent to which research in science education can improve teaching and learning of science, in particular physics and mathematics in schools.

Keywords

Science Education Teacher Education Mathematics Teacher Pedagogical Content Knowledge Teacher Professional Development 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yashwantrao Ramma
  • Ajeevsing Bholoa
  • Brinda Oogarah-Pratap

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