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Wallace, Maria F. G.; Higgins, Marc; Bazzul, Jesse – Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 2018
Nature, as a creative ontology, and the ethico-political possibilities inherent within have been seemingly occluded in the field of science education. By Thinking with Nature (TwN), we return to the ontological dimensions of practice and research methodology in science education. Drawing on new material feminisms, educators are invited to follow…
Descriptors: Science Education, Physical Environment, Scientific Concepts, Scientific Principles
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Bazzul, Jesse – Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 2017
This article provides a metacommentary on the special issue on nature of science (NOS). The issue is composed of senior scholars discussing Hodson and Wong's (2017, this issue) critique of the consensus view of nature of science, which on a basic level states that there are agreed-upon aspects of science that can be taught in K-12 schools. Each…
Descriptors: Scientific Principles, Science Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Cultural Pluralism
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Bazzul, Jesse – Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 2015
This theoretical article draws from the political thought of Jacques Rancière to trouble some taken-for-granted conceptions of citizenship education. Rancière's notion of politics and dissensus (as opposed to consensus) can lay the groundwork for a version of citizenship that challenges what is deemed sensible, visible, who is counted in…
Descriptors: Science Education, Self Concept, Citizenship Education, Politics