Glen Aikenhead
The Humanistic and Cultural Aspects of Science & Technology Education

Ángel Vázquez Alonso, Ma Antonia Manassero Mas
Young Pupils’ Views on the Environmental Challenges from Spanish ROSE Data

Annemarie Moller Andersen, Soren Dragsted, Robert H. Evans, Helene Sorensen
The Relationship Between Teaching Environments and Personal Capability Beliefs of Two Cohorts of New Elementary Science Teachers in Denmark

Esin Atav, Emine Erdem, Berna Gücüm, Ayhan Yilmaz
The Effect of Developing Analogies for Meaningful Learning of the Subject of Enzymes

Miles Barker
Indigenous Cultures and the Culture of Science: the Dilemma of Being and Knowing

Judith Bennett, Bob Campbell, Fred Lubben
What Do Systematic Reviews of Research Studies Have to Offer Research in Science Education?

Nelio Bizzo
“Earth Is Very Old”: What Does This Mean to Young Students Who Face Fossils Everyday?

Lars Björklund
Addressing Modern Technology in Science Education, a Systems Approach

Dalva M. B. Bonotto
Investigating an In-Service Program for Elementary School Teachers About the STS Relations and the Environmental Problems

Martin Braund, Michael Reiss, Sue Dale Tunnicliffe, Theano Moussouri
Beyond the Classroom: the Importance of Outside-of-School Contexts for Learning Science

Bob Campbell, Fred Lubben, Hedwig U. Kandjeo-Marenga, Hileni Kapenda, Noah Goseb, Coshi Kasenda
Changes in the Use of Practical Work in Senior Secondary School Science Classes in Namibia

Amâncio Carvalho, Graça Carvalho
Portuguese Nurses’ Conceptions of Their Health Education (He) Training and Their Felt Needs of He

Hana Ètrnáctová, Vìra Èížková
Experimental Teaching in Preparation of Science Subject Teachers

Jacinta Dalgety, Karsten E. Zegwaard, Susan McCurdy
Gender Perspectives on Integrating into the Social Framework of The Science Industry: the Experiences of Undergraduate Co-operative Education Students on Work Placements

Olle Eskilsson, Gustav Helldén
Communication in Science Classrooms

Peter J Fensham
Beyond Knowledge: Other Outcome Qualities for Science Education

Thiéberson Gomes, Laércio Ferracioli
The Use of Qualitative Computer-Modelling Environment in Science Education: a Study With the Predator-prey System

Nadaraj Govender
Resolving Primary School Science Teachers’ Dilemmas in Astronomy Education Through In-service Training

Hanna Guliñska, Ma³gorzata Zieliñska
The Results of Research on The Efficiency of Multimedia Lexicon of Chemical Experiments in Teaching Science

Angela James
Post-graduate Student Teachers’ Experiences of an Innovative Teacher Education Programme in South Africa

Anders Jidesjö, Magnus Oscarsson
Students´ Attitudes to Science and Technology

Moyra Keane, Cliff Malcolm
Participatory Research: a Case for It and an Inquiry into Its Consequences with a Rural South African Community

Anne Laius, Miia Rannikmäe
The Influence of Teamwork by Science Teachers on Change of Students’ Attitudes Towards Science

Vincentas Lamanauskas
Teaching Chemistry in Lithuanian Basic School: the Context of Scientific Experiments

Manfred Lang, Doris Elster
Planning School-based Collaborative Teacher Education in a Discourse Across Subjects

Fred Lubben, Bob Campbell, Andy Buffler, Saalih Allie
Judging the Quality of Experimental Measurements: the Influence of Context

Terry Lyons
Choosing Physical Science Courses: the Importance of Cultural and Social Capital in the Enrolment Decisions of High Achieving Students

Gunilla Mattsson, Maria Svensson
The Identity of the School Subject Technology. How Teachers in Primary School and University Students in Teacher Training Perceive School Subject Technology

Francis Mavhunga, Jane Mulemwa, Eunice Dlamini
Science and Technology for Development, Empowerment and Understanding: Perspectives from Developing Countries

Jane N. Mulemwa
The Challenges of Providing Quality Science and Technology Education in Africa

Pernilla Nilsson, Ann-Marie Pendrill, Hakan Pettersson
Learning Physics with the Body

Wildson L. P. dos Santos, Gerson S. Mól, Roberto R. Silva, Eliane N. F. de Castro, Gentil de S. Silva, Roseli T. Matsunaga, Sálvia B. Farias, Sandra M. de O. Santos, Siland M. F. Dib
Chemistry and Society: an Approach to Introducing Socioscientific Issues in a Traditional Science Curriculum

Jan Solberg
Exploring the Effects of Development Projects on School Science Culture

Wies³aw Stawiñski
Problems of Environmental Education Effectiveness

Josef Trna, Eva Trnova
Cognitive Motivation in Science Teacher Training

Rie Troelsen, Henrik Busch, Sebastian Horst
Science Education of the Future - Visions and Suggestions for Science Education in Denmark

Ricardo Trumper
Israeli Students’ Interest in Physics and Its Relation to Their Attitudes Towards Science and Technology and to Their Own Science Classes

Are Turmo
Scientific Literacy and Learning Strategies - Empirical Results from the Pisa Study

Agapi Vavouraki, Zacharoula Smyrnaiou, Costas Dimopoulos
Information and Communication Technology and Youth: Implications for Educational Policy and Innovation

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