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Rushton, Elizabeth A. C.; Reiss, Michael J. – Studies in Science Education, 2021
Studies which consider science teacher identity continue to be a focus for education researchers, particularly given the persistent challenges to retain specialist science teachers. The proliferation of research in this area, without a unifying theoretical framework, has meant the literature is diverse, methodologies are varied, and coverage is…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, High School Teachers, Science Teachers, Group Membership
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Chang, Hsin-Yi; Lin, Tzung-Jin; Lee, Min-Hsien; Lee, Silvia Wen-Yu; Lin, Tzu-Chiang; Tan, Aik-Ling; Tsai, Chin-Chung – Studies in Science Education, 2020
In this study, we reviewed 76 journal articles on employing drawing assessment as a research tool in science education. Findings from the systematic review suggest four justifications for using drawing as a type of research tool, including assessment via drawing as (a) an alternative method considering young participants' verbal or writing…
Descriptors: Science Education, Formative Evaluation, Student Evaluation, Cognitive Tests
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Brock, Richard – Studies in Science Education, 2015
Tacit knowledge, that is knowledge not expressible in words, may play a role in learning science, yet it is difficult to study directly. Intuition and insight, two processes that link the tacit and the explicit, are proposed as a route to investigating tacit knowledge. Intuitions are defined as tacit hunches or feelings that influence thought with…
Descriptors: Intuition, Science Education, Epistemology, Cognitive Processes
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Oliver, Mary – Studies in Science Education, 2011
Advances in neuroscience have brought new insights to the development of cognitive functions. These data are of considerable interest to educators concerned with how students learn. This review documents some of the recent findings in neuroscience, which is richer in describing cognitive functions than affective aspects of learning. A brief…
Descriptors: Brain, Cognitive Processes, Scientific Research, Brain Hemisphere Functions
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Girod, Mark – Studies in Science Education, 2007
Conversations on the connection of art, beauty, and the aesthetic experience in science are gaining a voice in the science education community. This article provides a conceptual overview of the role of beauty and aesthetics in science and science education. It focuses on a discussion of four themes exploring beauty in scientific ideas and…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Science Education, Art Products, Art Appreciation
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MacLeod, Roy; Moseley, Russell – Studies in Science Education, 1978
Focuses on important people and events in university science education in Great Britain. ( CP)
Descriptors: College Science, College Students, Curriculum, Higher Education