Fraser, Barry J.

Second International Handbook of Science Education

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Table of contents

1. Sociocultural Perspectives on Science Education
Kenneth Tobin

2. Understanding Engagement in Science Education: The Psychological and the Social
Stacy Olitsky, Catherine Milne

3. Identity-Based Research in Science Education
Yew-Jin Lee

4. Diverse Urban Youth’s Learning of Science Outside School in University Outreach and Community Science Programs
Jrène Rahm

5. Reality Pedagogy and Urban Science Education: Towards a Comprehensive Understanding of the Urban Science Classroom
Christopher Emdin

6. Learning Science Through Real-World Contexts
Donna King, Stephen M. Ritchie

7. Collaborative Research Models for Transforming Teaching and Learning Experiences
Rowhea Elmesky

8. Science Learning in Urban Elementary School Classrooms: Liberatory Education and Issues of Access, Participation and Achievement
Maria Varelas, Justine M. Kane, Eli Tucker-Raymond, Christine C. Pappas

9. How Can Conceptual Change Contribute to Theory and Practice in Science Education?
Reinders Duit, David F. Treagust

10. Reframing the Classical Approach to Conceptual Change: Preconceptions, Misconceptions and Synthetic Models
Stella Vosniadou

11. Metacognition in Science Education: Past, Present and Future Considerations
Gregory P. Thomas

12. Learning From and Through Representations in Science
Bruce Waldrip, Vaughan Prain

13. The Role of Thought Experiments in Science and Science Learning
A. Lynn Stephens, John J. Clement

14. Vygotsky and Primary Science
Colette Murphy

15. Learning In and From Science Laboratories
Avi Hofstein, Per M. Kind

16. From Teaching to KNOW to Learning to THINK in Science Education
Uri Zoller, Tami Levy Nahum

17. The Heterogeneity of Discourse in Science Classrooms: The Conceptual Profile Approach
Eduardo F. Mortimer, Phil Scott, Charbel N. El-Hani

18. Quality of Instruction in Science Education
Knut Neumann, Alexander Kauertz, Hans E. Fischer

19. Personal Epistemology and Science Learning: A Review on Empirical Studies
Fang-Ying Yang, Chin-Chung Tsai

20. Science Learning and Epistemology
Gregory J. Kelly, Scott McDonald, Per-Olof Wickman

21. Science Teacher Learning
John Wallace, John Loughran

22. Teacher Learning and Professional Development in Science Education
Shirley Simon, Sandra Campbell

23. Developing Teachers’ Place-Based and Culture-Based Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Agency
Pauline W. U. Chinn

24. Nature of Scientific Knowledge and Scientific Inquiry: Building Instructional Capacity Through Professional Development
Norman G. Lederman, Judith S. Lederman

25. Mentoring in Support of Reform-Based Science Teaching
Thomas R. Koballa, Leslie U. Bradbury

26. Multi-paradigmatic Transformative Research as/for Teacher Education: An Integral Perspective
Peter Charles Taylor, Elisabeth (Lily) Taylor, Bal Chandra Luitel

27. Teaching While Still Learning to Teach: Beginning Science Teachers’ Views, Experiences, and Classroom Practices
Julie A. Bianchini

28. Developing Science Teacher Educators’ Pedagogy of Teacher Education
Amanda Berry, John Loughran

29. Using Video in Science Teacher Education: An Analysis of the Utilization of Video-Based Media by Teacher Educators and Researchers
Sonya N. Martin, Christina Siry

30. Professional Knowledge of Science Teachers
Hans E. Fischer, Andreas Borowski, Oliver Tepner

31. Science Teaching Efficacy Beliefs
Jale Cakiroglu, Yesim Capa-Aydin, Anita Woolfolk Hoy

32. Context for Developing Leadership in Science and Mathematics Education in the USA
James J. Gallagher, Robert E. Floden, Yovita Gwekwerere

33. Research on Science Teacher Beliefs
Lynn A. Bryan

34. Still Part of the Conversation: Gender Issues in Science Education
Kathryn Scantlebury

35. Respect and Science Learning
Adriane Slaton, Angela Calabrese Barton

36. Science Education in Rural Settings: Exploring the ‘State of Play’ Internationally
Debra Panizzon

37. Out of Place: Indigenous Knowledge in the Science Curriculum
Elizabeth McKinley, Georgina Stewart

38. On Knowing and US Mexican Youth: Bordering Science Education Research, Practice, and Policy
Katherine Richardson Bruna

39. Science Education Research Involving Blacks in the USA During 1997–2007: Synthesis, Critique, and Recommendations
Eileen Carlton Parsons, James Cooper, Jamila Smith Simpson

40. Social Justice Research in Science Education: Methodologies, Positioning, and Implications for Future Research
Maria S. Rivera Maulucci

41. Student Attitudes and Aspirations Towards Science
Russell Tytler, Jonathan Osborne

42. Children’s Attitudes to Primary Science
Karen Kerr, Colette Murphy

43. Developing Measurement Instruments for Science Education Research
Xiufeng Liu

44. Science Teaching and Learning: An International Comparative Perspective
Manfred Prenzel, Tina Seidel, Mareike Kobarg

45. Focusing on the Classroom: Assessment for Learning
Bronwen Cowie

46. Transfer Skills and Their Case-Based Assessment
Irit Sasson, Yehudit J. Dori

47. Competence in Science Education
Alexander Kauertz, Knut Neumann, Hendrik Haertig

48. Trends in US Government-Funded Multisite K—12 Science Program Evaluation
Frances Lawrenz, Christopher David Desjardins

49. Curriculum Integration: Challenging the Assumption of School Science as Powerful Knowledge
Grady Venville, Léonie J. Rennie, John Wallace

50. Risk, Uncertainty and Complexity in Science Education
Clare Christensen, Peter J. Fensham

51. An International Perspective on Science Curriculum Development and Implementation
Richard K. Coll, Neil Taylor

52. Curriculum Coherence and Learning Progressions
David Fortus, Joseph Krajcik

53. Socio-scientific Issues in Science Education: Contexts for the Promotion of Key Learning Outcomes
Troy D. Sadler, Vaille Dawson

54. Technology in Science Education: Context, Contestation, and Connection
Alister Jones

55. Web 2.0 Technologies, New Media Literacies, and Science Education: Exploring the Potential to Transform
April Luehmann, Jeremiah Frink

56. Leading the Transformation of Learning and Praxis in Science Classrooms
Stephen M. Ritchie

57. Understanding Scientific Uncertainty as a Teaching and Learning Goal
Susan A. Kirch

58. Citizen Science, Ecojustice, and Science Education: Rethinking an Education from Nowhere
Michael P. Mueller, Deborah J. Tippins

59. Change – A Desired Permanent State in Science Education
Hanna J. Arzi

60. Globalisation and Science Education: Global Information Culture, Post-colonialism and Sustainability
Lyn Carter

61. Metaphor and Theory for Scale-up Research: Eagles in the Anacostia and Activity Systems
Sharon J. Lynch

62. The Role of Argument: Learning How to Learn in School Science
Jonathan Osborne

63. Beyond Argument in Science: Science Education as Connected and Separate Knowing
Catherine Milne

64. Utilising Argumentation to Teach Nature of Science
Christine V. McDonald, Campbell J. McRobbie

65. Teacher Explanations
David Geelan

66. Argumentation, Evidence Evaluation and Critical Thinking
María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre, Blanca Puig

67. Constructivism and Realism: Dueling Paradigms
John R. Staver

68. Capturing the Dynamics of Science in Science Education
Michiel Eijck

69. Nature of Science in Science Education: Toward a Coherent Framework for Synergistic Research and Development
Fouad Abd-El-Khalick

70. Lifelong Science Learning for Adults: The Role of Free-Choice Experiences
John H. Falk, Lynn D. Dierking

71. Science, the Environment and Education Beyond the Classroom
Justin Dillon

72. Informal Science Education in Formal Science Teacher Preparation
J. Randy McGinnis, Emily Hestness, Kelly Riedinger, Phyllis Katz, Gili Marbach-Ad, Amy Dai

73. Out-of-School: Learning Experiences, Teaching and Students’ Learning
Tali Tal

74. Learning Beyond the Classroom: Implications for School Science
Peter Aubusson, Janette Griffin, Matthew Kearney

75. Science Stories on Television
Koshi Dhingra

76. Museum–University Partnerships for Preservice Science Education
Preeti Gupta, Jennifer D. Adams

77. Community Science: Capitalizing on Local Ways of Enacting Science in Science Education
Jennifer D. Adams

78. Learning Science in Informal Contexts – Epistemological Perspectives and Paradigms
David Anderson, Kirsten M. Ellenbogen

79. Classroom Learning Environments: Retrospect, Context and Prospect
Barry J. Fraser

80. Teacher–Students Relationships in the Classroom
Theo Wubbels, Mieke Brekelmans

81. Outcomes-Focused Learning Environments
Jill M. Aldridge

82. ICT Learning Environments and Science Education: Perception to Practice
David B. Zandvliet

83. Cultivating Constructivist Classrooms Through Evaluation of an Integrated Science Learning Environment
Rebekah K. Nix

84. Using a Learning Environment Perspective in Evaluating an Innovative Science Course for Prospective Elementary Teachers
Catherine Martin-Dunlop, Barry J. Fraser

85. Evolving Learning Designs and Emerging Technologies
Donna DeGennaro

86. The Impact of Student Clustering on the Results of Statistical Tests
Jeffrey P. Dorman

87. Interdisciplinary Perspectives Linking Science and Literacy in Grades K–5: Implications for Policy and Practice
Nancy R. Romance, Michael R. Vitale

88. Writing as a Learning Tool in Science: Lessons Learnt and Future Agendas
Brian Hand, Vaughan Prain

89. The Role of Language in Modeling the Natural World: Perspectives in Science Education
Mariona Espinet, Mercè Izquierdo, Josep Bonil, S. Lizette Ramos Robles

90. Teaching Science Reading Comprehension: A Realistic, Research-Based Approach
William G. Holliday, Stephen D. Cain

91. Building Common Language, Experiences, and Learning Spaces with Lower-Track Science Students
Randy K. Yerrick, Anna M. Liuzzo, Janina Brutt-Griffler

92. Understanding Beliefs, Identity, Conceptions, and Motivations from a Discursive Psychology Perspective
Pei-Ling Hsu, Wolff-Michael Roth

93. Qualitative Research Methods for Science Education
Frederick Erickson

94. Analyzing Verbal Data: Principles, Methods, and Problems
Jay L. Lemke

95. Employing the Bricolage as Critical Research in Science Education
Shirley R. Steinberg, Joe L. Kincheloe

96. Analyzing Verbal Data: An Object Lesson
Wolff-Michael Roth, Pei-Ling Hsu

Keywords: Education, Science Education, Educational Technology, Philosophy of Education

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