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Contemporary Science Education.
Implications from Science Education Research about Orientations, Strategies and Assessment. A collection of invited papers inspired by the 20th Symposium on Chemical and Science Education held at the University of Bremen, 27-29 May 2010.
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Contemporary science education - Implications from science education research about orientations, strategies and assessment
Ingo Eilks & Bernd Ralle

Societal issues and their importance for contemporary science education
Avi Hofstein, Ingo Eilks & Rodger Bybee

Contemporary scientific literacy and the (ir-) relevance of science education
Claus Boite

What do regulative ideas in education for sustainable development and scientific literacy as myth have in common?
Franz Rauch

Contemporary issues in scientific literacy: The key challenge for science education in the new millennium
Richard K. Coll

Developing scientific literacy: TY science and science scrapbooks
Peter E. Childs, Sarah Hayes, Jemma Lynch & Maria Sheehan

Contextualisation, de-contextualisation, re-contextualisation - A science teaching approach to enhance meaningful learning for scientific literacy
Jack Holbrook & Miia Rannikmäe

Functional roles of science in socio-scientific discussions
Jan Alexis Nielsen

Perspectives from research on pedagogical content knowledge: Consequences for changes in science teacher education
Vanessa Kind

Understanding and assessing science student teachers' contemporary pedagogical content knowledge
Perniila Nilsson

Providing chemistry teachers with contemporary scientific activities: A threestage model
Rachel Mamlok-Naaman, Avi Hofstein & Ron Blonder

The democratic capacity of science education - Or: Is inclusive science education the contemporary science education
Simone Abels & Annelie Wellensiek

Researching the development of science teachers' contemporary understandings of scientific literacy
John Loughran, Kathy Smith & Amanda Berry

How can a multiplication in-service training system facilitate the implementation process of standard-based teaching?
Julia Michaelis, Dieter Schmidt & Marie-Ann Mowka

The contribution of the informal sector to school chemistry education
John K. Gilbert

On judgment and decision-making about socio-scientific issues: A cross-faculty approach for learning about climate change
Dietmar Höttecke, Corinna Hößle, Ingo Eilks, Jürgen Menthe, Maria Mrochen, Helen Oelgeklaus & Timo Feierabend

Exemplifying the tentativeness of scientific knowledge in the history of modern physics and utilizing vignettes in assessing understandings
Mehmet Fatih Tasar

ICT in chemistry education: Clarification or clouding
Susan Rodrigues

Teaching and learning of modelling in chemistry education: Authentic practices as context for learning
GjaltT. Prins, Astrid M. W. Buhe & Albert Pilot

Pupils' attitudes towards biology, chemistry and physics in Croatian elementary education: A story of differences
Boris Jokic

From science education in the soviet time, via national reform initiatives, towards an international network to support inquiry-based science education - The case of Georgia and the project SALiS
Marika Kapanadze, Simon Janashia & Ingo Eilks

Active teaching strategies in science education - An e-module for in-service teacher training
Ani Epitropova

Improving the learning environment: Students' creative thinking and reasoning skills through PARSEL teaching
Miia Rannikmäe, Anne Laius & Jack Holbrook

Considerations related to the use of virtual experiments in science lessons - An experience learnt in the VccSSc project
Gabriel Gorghiu & Laura Monica Gorghiu

ICT tools and their effectiveness in science lessons - The FISTE project experience
Laura Monica Gorghiu & Gabriel Gorghiu

Reflections on orientations, strategies and assessment for contemporary science education
Ingo Eilks, John K. Gilbert, Avi Hofstein, Silvija Markte, John Oversby, Albert Pilot & Bernd Ralle

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