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Biology Education for Social and Sustainable Development.
New York
In an era of globalization and urbanization, various social, economic, and environmental challenges surround advances in modern biological sciences. Considering how biological knowledge and practice are intrinsically related to building a sustainable relationship between nature and human society, the roles of biology education need to be rethought to respond to issues and changes to life in this biocentury. This book is a compilation of selected papers from the Twenty Third Biennial Conference of the Asian Association for Biology Education 2010. The title, Biology Education for Social and Sustainable Development, demonstrates how rethinking and reconstruction of biology education in the Asia-Pacific region are increasingly grounded in deep understandings of what counts as valuable local knowledge, practices, culture, and ideologies for national and global issues, and education for sustainable development. The 42 papers by eminent science educators from Australia, China, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and the U.S., represent a diversity of views, understandings, and practices in biology education for sustainable development from school to university in diverse education systems and social-cultural settings in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. The book is an invaluable resource and essential reference for researchers and educators on Asian perspectives and practices on biology education for social and sustainable development.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
- Foreword
- Message from the Editors
- List of Contributors

I. Theme 1: Visions and Challenges of Biology Education for Sustainability: Keynote Papers
1. Linking Education to Socially-Relevant Bioentrepreneurship for Sustainable Development
Paul P.S. Teng

2. Promoting Public Understanding of Sustainable Development: Opportunities for Science Education
Merle C. Tan

3. Actions and Opportunities: a North American Perspective on Undergraduate Biology Education for Social and Sustainable Development
Margaret Waterman

4. From Gene to Education - The ECNG Research Framework: Education, Cognition, Neuroscience, and Gene
Chun-Yen Chang and Ting-Kuang Yeh

5. Biology Education in China 2000–2010: Curricular Trends and Teacher Preparation Models for a Changing Society
Enshan Liu

6. Biology Education in the Future
Robert L. Wallis

II. Theme 2: Biology, Community, and Higher Education
7. A Visualisation Tool for Experiential Learning in Environmental Science: Using Football Fields, Agricultural Fields and Waterways to Illustrate the Implication of Different Water Allocation Decisions
Anne Wallis, Michelle Graymore, Ty Matthews and Susan Byrne

8. Using Metacognition as a Tool to Advance Reading
Comprehension in a Science Class
Jocelyn D. Partosa

9. De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in the Philippines: Making a Difference in Sustainable Development
Maria Cristina A. Bordallo

10. Oil Producing Plants as Alternative Source of Energy for Sustainable Development
Vivian S. Tolentino, Milarosa L. Librea, Mark Joseph Sibal, Emmanuel Espineda and Wendel T. Marcelo

11. Research as an Integral Component of Biology Education in Philippine Schools
Josefino R. Castillo

12. Biology for Non-Majors at the University of the Philippines
Diliman Extension Program in Pampanga (UPDEPP): Learning Sexually Transmitted Diseases Minus the Squirms
Nenita M. Dayrit

13. An Assessment of the Pantabangan Reforestation, Livelihood and other Community Involvement Projects of La Consolacion College of Manila, Philippines
Rosalinda Mercedes E. Castillo

14. Indigenous Knowledge and Taxonomy of Bats in Loboc Watershed Forest Reserve, Bohol, Philippines
Reizl P. Jose, Marina A. Labonite, Rumila C. Bullecer, Agustin B. Ancog, Nida G. Butron, and Ricardo P. Bullecer

15. Anatomical Characterization of Oil Cells and Oil Cavities in Jatropha curcas L. using Light and Electron Microscopy
Milarosa L. Librea and Vivian S. Tolentino

16. Extent of Escherichia coli Contamination of Cagayan de Oro River and Factors Causing Contamination
Lesley Casas Lubos and Lalevie Casas Lubos

17. Biophysico-Chemical and Socioeconomic Study of Two Major Manila Esteros
Glorina P. Orozco and Macrina T. Zafaralla

18. Sustainable Intensification of Agricultural Production: The Essential Role of Ecosystem-Literacy Education for Smallholder Farmers in Asia
Jan Willem Ketelaar and Alma Linda Abubakar

III. Theme 3: Teaching Practice & Student Learning of Biology and the Environment
19. Improving Science Learning through Writing-to-Learn Strategy: Writing ClaimandEvidence in Classroom Teaching
Hang Chuan Teng, Jashanan Kasinathan, Vivianne Low, Mosbergen Irving Brian, and Ashri B. Shukri

20. The Influence of Prompts on Students′ Thinking Processes in Dinosaur Exhibits
Eunhee Kang, Jane Jiyoung Lee and Heui-Baik Kim

21. The Development and Evaluation of an Inquiry-Based Lesson on ′Plants′
Sheau-Wen Lin

22. Effectiveness of Concept Mapping Strategies for Science Learning in 6th Grade
Ching-San Lai and Chi-Yao Ni

23. A Study of 1st Graders′ Science Learning on Biodiversity at Taipei Zoo, Taiwan
Ching-San Lai

24. Correlates of Achievement Test Performance in Biology 1 of Second Year Students in the Philippine Science High School-Central Visayas Campus, Argao, Cebu from 2007–2010
Sherry P. Ramayla

25. Developing a Social Constructivist Teaching and Llearning Module on DNA for High School Students in Thailand
Thasaneeya R. Nopparatjamjomras

26. A Designed-and-Developed Biology Laboratory Kit for Rural High School Students in Philippines
Melindam M. Garabato and Manuel B. Barquilla

27. Exploring Middle School Students′ Attitudinal Changes Towards Science through Participation in Club Activities in Creating and Publishing a Science Magazine
Minjoo Lee and Heui-Baik Kim

28. Designing and Field Testing of Remedial Material to Rectify Students′ Misconceptions in Biology at the Secondary School Level
Narendra D. Deshmukh

29. An Exploration of Biological Concept Formation in the Classroom
Baojun Yao and Yuhong Huang

30. Students′ Knowledge Integration and Decision Making: Learning from Collaboration during Environmental Field Study
Mijung Kim and Hoe Teck Tan

31. Importance of Lecture Feedback in H2 Biology Lectures in a Junior College
Woon Keat Foo-Lam, Meng Leng Poh and Yen Ping Soh

IV. Theme 4: Developing Teacher Education & Biology Science Curriculum
32. Orchestrating Biology Instruction: Teaching Students to Yearn for Knowledge
Esther Daniel

33. Enhancing Elementary Biology Education of Undergraduate Students in Japanese University Through Teachers′ Teaching Proficiencies
Koichi Morimoto

34. Teachers′ View on Relationship between Outdoor Environmental Education and a Sense of Place
Emilia Fägerstam

35. What Makes a Science Teacher Excellent: Beliefs
Myrna Paez-Quinto

36. A Comparison of Life Science and Environmental Education in Japan and Ukraine: A Need to Improve the Science Curriculum of Two Countries
Kseniya Fomichova and Futaba Kazama

37. A Study of the Value of Education in the History of Bioscience to the Training of Students′ Innovative Thinking Skills
Ying-Chun Zhang and Yan-Ting Tang

38. Fostering Creativity and Sustainability Through the 2009 Science Curriculum in Korea
Heui-Baik Kim and Sun-Kyung Lee

39. Development of Meaningful Reception Learning in Japan: A Case Study
Shogo Kawakami, Koichiro Watanabe and Aya Matsumoto

40. Singapore Students′ Learning Experiences on Sustainable Development: A Review of the Roles of Civil Society and External Organisations
Hong Kim Tan

41. University Students′ Perceptions of Common-Resource Dilemmas – The Need for Adjusted Curriculum in Indonesia
Sebastian Koch, Jan Barkmann, Leti Sundawati, and Susanne Bögeholz

42. Empowering Biology Teachers through Development of Content and Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Hassan H. Tairab

- Index