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Teaching the nature of science in schools: what makes a lesson effective?
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|Title: ||Teaching the nature of science in schools: what makes a lesson effective?|
|Issue Date: ||Sep-2002 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.tlrp.org/dspace/handle/123456789/363|
|Description: ||The study on which this paper draws is one project within an ESRC funded network looking at evidence-based practice in science education (EPSE), and is concerned with the teaching of 'ideas and evidence' in school science lessons. In an initial phase, a three round Delphi study (Dalkey et al. 1963) asked a panel of 23 individuals drawn from 5 communities with an interest in science education – scientists, philosophers of science, sociologists of science, science educators and science teachers – about aspects of the nature of science that they felt should be part of the compulsory school science curriculum.|
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