This truly international volume includes a selection of contributions to the Second Conference of the European Science Education Research Association (Kiel, Sept. 1999). It provides a state-of-the-art examination of science education research in Europe, discusses views and visions of science education research, deals with research on scientific literacy, on students' and teachers' conceptions, on conceptual change, and on instructional media and lab work.objects is that of rest, while the motion of inanimate objects is a phenor needs to be explained, usually in terms of a causal agent. ... been systematic instruction in Newtonian mechanics (Ioannides aamp; Vosniadou, Designing instruction to facilitate the learning of science in ... than cover a great deal of material in a super For example, the science curriculum for the fifth grade in Greece incl units on mechanics, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Research in Science Education — Past, Present, and Future|
|Author||:||Helga Behrendt, Helmut Dahncke, Reinders Duit, Wolfgang Gräber, Michael Komorek, Angela Kross, Priit Reiska|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-05-08|