Table of contents for Handbook of research on science education / edited by Sandra K. Abell and Norman G. Lederman.


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Contents: S.K. Abell, N.G. Lederman, Preface. Part I: Science Learning. C.W. Anderson, Perspectives on Science Learning. P. Scott, H. Asoko, J. Leach, Student Conceptions and Conceptual Learning in Science. W.S. Carlsen, Language and Science Learning. T.R. Koballa, Jr., S.M. Glynn, Attitudinal and Motivational Constructs in Science Learning. B.J. Fraser, Classroom Learning Environments. L.J. Rennie, Learning Science Outside of School. Part II: Culture, Gender, and Society and Science Learning. O. Lee, A. Luykx, Science Education and Student Diversity: Race/Ethnicity, Language, Culture, and Socioeconomic Status. E. McKinley, Postcolonialism, Indigenous Students, and Science. C-J. Guo, Issues in Science Learning: An International Perspective. K. Scantlebury, D. Baker, Gender Issues in Science Education Research: Remembering Where the Difference Lies. J.R. McGinnis, G.P. Stefanich, Special Needs and Talents in Science Learning. A.C. Barton, Science Learning in Urban Settings. J.S. Oliver, Rural Science Education. Part III: Science Teaching. D. Treagust, General Instructional Methods and Strategies. V.N. Lunetta, A. Hoftein, M.P. Clough, Learning and Teaching in the School Science Laboratory: An Analysis of Research, Theory, and Practice. G.J. Kelly, Discourse in Science Classrooms. N.B. Songer, Digital Resources Versus Cognitive Tools: A Discussion of Learning Science With Technology. K. Appleton, Elementary Science Teaching. C.M. Czerniak, Interdisciplinary Science Teaching. R. Lazarowitz, High School Biology Curricula Development: Implementation, Teaching, and Evaluation From the 20th to the 21st Century. R. Duit, H. Neidderer, H. Schecke, Teaching Physics. O. De Jong, K.S. Taber, Teaching and Learning the Many Faces of Chemistry. N. Orion, C.R. Ault, Jr., Learning Earth Sciences. P. Hart, Environmental Education. Part IV: Curriculum and Assessment in Science. D.A. Roberts, Scientific Literacy/Science Literacy. J.M. Atkin, P. Black, History of Curriculum Reform in Science Education in the United States and United Kingdom. R.D. Anderson, Inquiry as an Organizing Theme for Science Curricula. N.G. Lederman, Nature of Science: Past, Present, and Future. G.S. Aikenhead, Humanistic Perspectives in the Science Curriculum. J.B. Kahle, Systemic Reform: Research, Vision, and Politics. F. Lawrenz, Review of Science Education Program Evaluation. B. Bell, Classroom Assessment of Science Learning. E. Britton, S. Schneider, Large-Scale Assessments in Science Education. Part V: Science Teacher Education. J.J. Loughran, Science Teacher as Learner. M.G. Jones, G. Carter, Science Teacher Attitudes and Beliefs. S.K. Abell, Research on Science Teacher Knowledge. T. Russell, A.K. Martin, Learning to Teach Science. P.W. Hewson, Teacher Professional Development in Science. K.J. Roth, Science Teachers as Researchers.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Science -- Study and teaching -- Research.