In August 2005, over 500 international researchers from the field of science education met at the 5th European Science Education Research Association conference in Barcelona, Spain. Two of the main topics at this conference were: the decrease in the number of students interested in school science and concern about the worldwide outcomes of studies on studentsa scientific literacy. At the conference, over 400 papers were presented, covering a wide range of topics relevant to science education research, such as evidence-based practice, teachersa professional development, the role of ICT and multimedia, formal and informal learning environments, and argumentation and modelling in science education. This volume includes edited versions of 37 outstanding papers presented during the conference, including the lectures of the keynote speakers. They have been selected for their quality, variety and interest, and present a good overview of the field of science education research.0.65 Open-endedness (4) The teacher tells us exactly how to conduct the practical work in the laboratory. 0.54 Integration (6) The ... The measure was administered among a cohort of 320 chemistry students at the beginning of the 11th grade and on a cohort of 833 chemistry students at the end of the 12th grade . 5. RESULTS The total number of ... Despite the fact that chemistry is called an experimental science it can be studied without doing actual experiments. V The studenta#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||Contributions from Science Education Research|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-09-18|