Over 20 years ago, Rosalind Driver published three key texts that provided rich and informative descriptions of the ideas that children held about
This article aims to highlight some of the events in the Science Education Research series of presentations at the 2012 ASE Annual Conference.
There was something for everyone related to research at the ASE Annual Conference this year, whether a primary or secondary school science teacher,
We propose an inquiry-based science activity centred on the effects of climate change on ocean ecosystems.
The project 'Mobility, Traffic and Renewable Energies' exemplifies collaborative inquiry in climate issues in Carinthian schools; pre-service teach
The Creative Little Scientists Project was a 30-month EU-funded comparative study working across nine participating countries: Belgium, England, Fi
A discussion of how neuroscience can enhance students’ understanding and memory in the classroom and on an online learning platform.
Flávia Schechtman Belham
This research is a high-resolution analysis of grade 6 (ages 11-12) children's interview transcripts about the operation of power stations, be
George N. Malandrakis
Enquiry learning and teaching about the nature of science (NoS) is a key element of science education.
Hans G. Edelmann
A guide for survival in school science departments!
Questionnaires were completed by 5044 12-year-old pupils in Oxfordshire state schools and initially used to identify classes where the pupils were
Questionnaire responses from 5044 year 8 (age 12 years) pupils in Oxfordshire state schools were used to identify'exemplary' science teac