ERIC Number: ED469619
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-Jul
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Rethinking Science and Technology Education To Meet the Demands of Future Generations in a Changing World. International Organization for Science and Technology Education (IOSTE) Symposium Proceedings (10th, Foz do Iguacu, Parana, Brazil, July 28-August 2, 2002). Volumes I [and] II.
Bizzo, Nelio, Ed.; Kawasaki, Clarice Sumi, Ed.; Ferracioli, Laercio, Ed.; Leyser da Rosa, Vivian, Ed.
This document is the proceedings of the 10th annual meeting of the International Organization for Science and Technology Education (IOSTE). Papers include: (1) "Liberal Education, Information Assessment and Argumentation in Science-LIA" (Andreas Quale, Anders Isnes, Terje Kristensen, and Ketil Mathiassen); (2) "Placing the History and the Philosophy of Science on Teacher Education" (Antonio F. Cachapuz and Fatima Paixao); (3) "Can Feminist Critique of Science and Science Education Be of Relevance for Gender and Science Projects in Developing Countries?" (Astrid Sinnes); (4) "A World of Different Colors: Trying to Teach Solidarity and Global Consciousness in Sixth Grade" (Aurora Lacueva); (5) "Constructing Technology Education: A Cross-Case Study of Teachers Realizing Technology as a New Subject of Teaching" (Berit Bungum); (6) "The Evolution/Creation Science Controversy: Educate Rather than Debate" (Beverly Jane); (7) "Towards Learner-Centered Approach in Senior Secondary School Science Lessons" (C.D. Yandila, S.S. Komane, and S.V. Moganane); (8) "Process Skills in Botswana Primary School Science Lessons" (D. Letsholo Francistown and C.D. Yandila); (9) "Globalization, Traditional Knowledge and HIV in South Africa: Challenges for Schools and Curriculum" (Cliff Malcolm); (10) "The Role of Teacher Preparation for Informal Settings: Understanding the Educators and Teacher Perspectives" (Christiane Gioppo); (11) "Science and Scientists: A Complementary Study" (Edward L. Shaw, Jr. and Ann K. Nauman); (12) "Dinosaur Forests and Glacial Terrains: New Zealand Preservice and United States Inservice Teachers Developing a Vision of Environmental Sustainability" (Eleanor Abrams and Miles Barker); (13) "K-12 Instruction in the United States: Integrating National Standards for Science and Writing through Emerging Technologies" (Kathy I. Norman and Katherine L. Hayden); (14) "Agrochemistry: An Institutional Project of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, for the Elementary and the High School Education" (Laura Berta Reyes- Sanchez); (15) "Fostering Both Creativity and Care in Science and Technology Education" (Leo Elshof); (16) "Chaos in the Science Center: A Multimedia Exhibit" (Nelson Canzian da Silva and Ernst Wolfgang Hamburger); (17) "The Teaching of Business Administration Using Business Games" (Paulo A. Marques-Filho and Marcelo S. de Paula Pessoa); (18) "Complementary Epistemologies of Science Teaching: An Integral Perspective" (Peter C. Taylor and John W. Willison); (19) "Satisfied or Dissatisfied with Their Science Teaching? What Distinguishes between Teachers Who Evaluate Their Teaching Positively from Those Who Evaluate It Negatively?" (Tom Klepaker, Siv Almendingen, and Johannes Tveita); (20) "Methods of Using Student Assessment to Improve a Conceptual Physics Course" (Peter Martin and Adam Niculescu); (21) "An Applied Methodology for a New Form of Technology Education: Electronic Commerce" (Victoria E. Erosa Martin and Pilar E. Arroyo Lopez); (22) "The Knowledge of Teachers, Mothers and Stuttering Subjects on the Stutter: Pedagogical and Educational Implications" (V.S. Galvao, D.T. Curriel, J.D. Delagracia, and A.P.G. Carvalho); (23) "Pedagogic Skills Needed by the University Professor for Successful Teaching and Learning" (Etelvina Maria Valente dos Anjos Silva, Silvia Regina Sangaletti Bellato, and Jaya Earnest); (24) "Partnership in Primary Science Project: Developing a Community of Practice to Encourage the Development of Pedagogical Content Knowledge" (Susan Rodrigues); (25) "The Role, Value, and the Actual Circumstances of Science Museums in Japan" (Midori Suzuki); (26) "Approaches Using Analogies in Interactionist Environments in Education" (Ronaldo Luix Nagem and Dulcineia de Oliveira Carvalhaes); (27) "The Testing of Skills in Dutch Central Examinations" (Joop Hendricx and Boy Kneepkens); (28) "The Science Education Enterprise in Developing Countries as a Battlefield of Different Dreamers: How to Overcome Groupthink Symptoms?" (Masakata Ogawa); and (29) "Classroom Debates on Biotechnology in Agricultural Education" (Laurence Simonneaux). (YDS)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: International Organization for Science and Technology Education.
Identifiers - Location: Australia; Brazil; Czech Republic; South Africa