Improving Science Education: The Contribution of Research
Robin Millar, John T. Leach, Jonathan Osborne
Open University Press, 2000 - Education - 366 pages
This book takes stock of where we are in science education research, and considers where we ought to be going. With contributions from an international group of science educators, it explores whether the research effort in science education has contributed to improvements in the practice of teaching science and the science curriculum.
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