Good Practice in Science Teaching: What Research Has to Say

Synopsis

This book offers a summary of major educational research and scholarship important to the field of science education. Written, in a clear, concise and readable style, the authors have identified the principal messages and their implications for the practice of science teaching. Aimed at science teachers of children of all ages, and others who work in teaching and related fields, the book provides an invaluable first guide for science teachers. All of the chapters are written by authors from King's College and the University of Leeds, both of which are institutions with an international reputation for their work in the field with top research ratings. Each chapter summarises the research work and evidence in the field, discussing its significance, reliability and implications. Valuable lists of further reading and full references are provided at the end of each chapter.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Jonathan Osborne
  • Martin Monk
  • Robert Fairbrother
  • Paul Black
  • Chris Harrison
  • Jonathan Osborne
  • Martin Monk
  • Robert Fairbrother
  • Paul Black
  • Chris Harrison
  • John Leach
  • Philip Scott
  • Rod Watson
  • Justin Dillon
  • Carys Jones
  • Shirley Simon
  • Julian Swain
  • Philip Adey
  • Margaret Cox
  • Joan Solomon
  • Sally Johnson
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Philadelphia
Publication year:
  • 2000