Cheng, May M. H.

Science Education in International Contexts

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Table of contents

I. Students’ Conceptual Understanding of Science

1. Student Energy Conceptions
Chokchai Yuenyong, Alister Jones, Sunan Sung-Ong

2. What is the Thing We Call Heat? A Study on Diverse Representations of the Basic Thermal Concepts in and for School Science
Shu-chiu Liu

3. Possible Pathways for Conceptual Development Related to Energy and the Human Body
Michael Mann, David F. Treagust

II. Making Science Concepts Plausible for Students

4. The Infusion of Strategies for Generating High Level Thinking into the Junior Secondary Science Curriculum
May M. H. Cheng, Winnie W. M. SO

5. Towards the Development of an Instructional Model That Enhances Junior Secondary Students’ Understanding of the Nature of Science
May M. H. Cheng

6. Enhancing Students’ Understanding of the Nature of Science and the Interconnection Between Science, Technology and Society Through Innovative Teaching and Learning Activities
Alice S. L. Wong, Benny H. W. Yung, Jeffrey R. Day, Maurice M. W. Cheng, Eric Y. H. Yam, Se-yuen Mak

7. Small Group Inquiry Science Learning
Winnie W. M. So

8. Getting to Know Your Tools as Science Teachers and Students
Kok-siang Tan

9. Improving Female Students’ Physics Learning in High School
Ning Ding, Yarong Xu

III. Science Teacher Learning

10. Science Teacher Learning
John Loughran

11. A Study of Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices of Using Information and Communication Technology (Ict) in Classrooms
Raymond W. H. Fong, Tony Holland

12. A Preliminary Study on Teacher’s Ict Competency Through Their Use of Data-Loggers
Leo S. W. Fung

Keywords: Education, Science Education

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