A new landmark research handbook on science education includes five sections written or edited by University of Georgia College of Education faculty — more than any other university.
The _Handbook of Research on Science Education Volume II _(2014) is a comprehensive new volume highlighting emerging research in areas of science learning, and contributors are all experts in their research areas. Faculty from the College of Education who contributed include:
The book is organized around six themes that delve into different social issues that affect science learning, curriculum and assessment and teacher education. Each chapter pulls together existing research and examines historical trends and patterns, plus describes how that particular topic is discussed in literature and theories that have shaped outcomes of the research. The book offers guidance to science education faculty and graduate students, giving them a starting point for the next generation of research.
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