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van Dijk, Esther M. – Science Education, 2011
In both formal and informal settings, not only science but also views on the nature of science are communicated. Although there probably is no singular nature shared by all fields of science, in the field of science education it is commonly assumed that on a certain level of generality there is a consensus on many features of science. In this…
Descriptors: Scientific Principles, Science Education, Lifelong Learning, Scientific Literacy
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Drayton, Brian; Falk, Joni – Science Education, 2006
Partnerships of teachers with scientists are thought to be important for many aspects of science education reform, but it is not always clear how to make such partnerships productive. Between 1994 and 1997, high school teachers were partnered with scientists, to design yearlong ecological research projects in which the teachers were learning for…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Scientists, Educational Cooperation, Case Studies
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Schibeci, Renato A.; Hickey, Ruth L. – Science Education, 2004
Professional development (PD) for primary science teachers is recognized as an important activity which can support improved science education for students. Analysis of interviews with practicing primary science teachers is used to identify the range of PD experiences of a sample of teachers from Western Australia. Teachers' reasons for attending…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Professional Development, Elementary School Teachers, Science Teachers