ERIC Number: EJ873777
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2010-Mar
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Science, Religion and Difficult Dialectics
Long, David E.
Cultural Studies of Science Education, v5 n1 p257-261 Mar 2010
Discussing themes from my paper "Scientists at play in a field of the Lord," three forum participants identify and discuss continuing social and epistemological issues which continue to challenge effective evolution education. I extend these themes and further amplify the vexing nature of an effective dialectic regarding evolution, especially for Creationists. By doing so, I offer that a full dialectic regarding evolution in classrooms requires quite a bit more explicit historicizing of both the nature of science and religion.
Descriptors: Evolution, Scientific Principles, Religion, Creationism, Teaching Methods, Sciences, Beliefs, Scientific Concepts, Epistemology, Religious Factors, Role of Religion, World Views, Scientific Enterprise, Science Education, Science Instruction, Science and Society, Educational Policy, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Educational Environment
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