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The future in learning science : what's in it for the learner?

Author: Deborah Corrigan
Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2015.
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This volume considers the future of science learning - what is being learned and how it is being learned - in formal and informal contexts for science education. To do this, the book explores major contemporary shifts in the forms of science that could or should be learned in the next 20 years, ℗ℓwhat forms of learning of that science should occur, and how that learning happens, including from the perspective of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah Corrigan
ISBN: 9783319165431 3319165437 3319165429 9783319165424
OCLC Number: 919719581
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: The Future in Learning Science: Themes, Issues and Big Ideas. Cathy Buntting, Richard Gunstone, Deborah Corrigan, Justin Dillon and Alister Jones --
Learning for a Better World: Futures in Science Education, Michael Reiss --
Connoisseurs of Science: A Next Goal for Science Education? Peter Fensham --
When Science Changes: The Impact of ICTs on Preparing Students for Science Outside of School , Marie-Claire Shanahan --
Forms of learning in senior secondary science as represented through an integrated curriculum, May Cheng --
Pursuing different forms of science learning through innovative curriculum implementation, Greg Lancaster, Debra Panizzon and Deborah Corrigan --
Reconceptualising the Learning and Teaching of Scientific Concepts, Colette Murphy --
Making Science beyond the Classroom Accessible to Students, Léonie Rennie --
Children Learning Science in and for a Participatory Culture, Bronwen Cowie and Elaine Khoo --
The Elephant in the Room: Emotional Literacy/Intelligence, Science Education, and Gender, Brian Matthews --
Initiatives to Prepare New Science Teachers for Promoting Student Engagement, Shirley Simon and Paul Davies --
Futures Thinking in the Future of Science Education, Cathy Buntting and Alister Jones --
Revealing Questions: What are Learners Asking About? Amy Seakins --
The Potential of Digital Technology for Science Learning and Teaching --
The Learners' Perspective, Neil Selwyn and Rebecca Cooper --
Facilitating Change in Science Teachers' Perceptions about Learning and Teaching, John Loughran and Kathy Smith.
Responsibility: Deborah Corrigan [and 4 others], editors.

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This volume considers the future of science learning - what is being learned and how it is being learned - in formal and informal contexts for science education.  Read more...

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