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Title Teaching science with context : historical, philosophical, and sociological approaches / Maria Elice de Brzezinski Prestes, Cibelle Celestino Silva, editors
Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]
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Series Science: philosophy, history and education
Science (Springer)
Contents Intro; Foreword; Introduction; Contents; Part I: Rationale; Chapter 1: Critical and Transformative Teachers: A Rationale for History and Philosophy of Science in Teacher Education; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 The Dialogical Education of Freire; 1.3 The Intellectual Transformative of Giroux; 1.4 Science as Part of Culture; 1.5 The Critical and Transformative Education of Teachers and the Role of HPS; 1.6 Final Remarks; References; Part II: Nature of Science; Chapter 2: Contextualized Questionnaire for Investigating Conceptions of the Nature of Science: Procedure and Principles for Elaboration
2.1 Introduction2.2 Producing the Instrument; 2.3 Theoretical Dimensions of the Instrument; 2.4 Instrument Format; 2.5 Ratification of the Instrument; 2.6 Application and Evaluation of Reliability; 2.7 Final Considerations; References; Chapter 3: Consensus and Dissent Around the Concept of Nature of Science in the Ibero-American Community of Didactics of Science; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Conceptual Framework; 3.3 Methods; 3.4 Results and Discussion; 3.4.1 General Analysis; 3.4.2 Analysis of Titles, Abstracts, and Key-Words; 3.4.3 Explicit Definitions of the Concept of NOS
3.4.4 Teaching NOS: Experts' Views3.4.5 A Point of Disagreement; 3.5 A Possible Organization of Lines of Research Within NOS; 3.5.1 Constructing NOS: Contributions of the Philosophy of Science; 3.5.2 A Place for the History and Sociology of Science in NOS; 3.5.3 The Role of NOS in Scientific Literacy; 3.5.4 Introducing NOS in the Science Curriculum; 3.6 Conclusive Remarks; References; Corpus of Papers Analyzed in This Study; Chapter 4: Scientific Skills in Secondary Education: A Study of Curriculum Expectations and Teachers' Thinking; 4.1 Introduction and Antecedents
4.2 Methodology and Participants4.3 Results; 4.3.1 Outcomes of Documentary Analysis; 4.3.2 Themes, Categories, and Trends in Teachers' Responses; 4.4 Discussion and Implications; References; Chapter 5: Theory, Evidence, and Examples of Teaching the Nature of Science and Biology Using the History of Science: A Chilean Experience; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The Role of the History of Science in Science Education; 5.3 Teaching NOS and Subject Matter Through HOS: Looking for Empirical Evidence; 5.4 Teaching NOS and Evolution Using the History of Science
5.4.1 Teaching NOS Using HOS with In-Service Biology Teachers5.4.2 Teaching Evolution and NOS Using History of Science for High School Students; 5.5 Some Examples of Lessons Using HOS for Teaching NOS and Biology; 5.5.1 Teaching Cellular Theory and the Nature of Science; 5.5.2 Teaching T. Dobzhansky's Contribution to Evolutionary Theory and NOS; 5.6 Discussion and Conclusions; Appendix: Student Handout for the Dobzhansky NOS and Evolution Activity; References; Chapter 6: Epistemological Conceptions of University Teachers and Students of Science; 6.1 Introduction; 6.1.1 Conceptual Framework
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Science -- History.
Science -- Philosophy.
Science -- Sociological aspects.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Celestino Silva, Cibelle, editor
Prestes, Maria Elice Brzezinski, editor
ISBN 3319740369 (electronic bk.)
9783319740362 (electronic bk.)