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The Role of Public Policy in K-12 Science Education (Research in Science Education) ebook

by George E. Deboer


This book was written primarily about science education policy development in the context of the highly decentralized educational system of the United States.

This book was written primarily about science education policy development in the context of the highly decentralized educational system of the United States.

Science education Inquiry Values in science learning. In: GE De Boer (ed) The role of public policy in K-12 science education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NCGoogle Scholar. Sjöberg S (2011) How do young people feel about science and technology. The ROSE Project, University of Oslo.

Introduction NSTA Position Statement The Role of E-Learning in Science .

Introduction NSTA Position Statement The Role of E-Learning in Science Education The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) supports and encourages the use of e-learning experiences for prek 16 science. Science educators should incorporate the effective use e-learning tools to promote sharing of information, discourse, critical analysis, and collaboration between students and teachers at various locations throughout the world. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

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Strengthen and Improve K-12 Science Education

Strengthen and Improve K-12 Science Education. We support preparing and nurturing well-educated teachers by. Recruiting, retaining, rewarding, and valuing teachers who are well prepared in their science and education backgrounds, and offering them lifelong ment opportunities to improve their content knowledge and pedagogical skills. Strengthen and Improve Higher Education in Science.

The Center on Education Policy is a national, independent advocate for public education and for more effective public schools. The Center helps Americans better understand the role of public education in a democracy and the need to improve the academic quality of public schools. We do not represent any special interests. Instead, we try to help citizens make sense of the conflicting opinions and perceptions about public education and create the conditions that will lead to better public schools.

The goal of this volume of Research in Science Education is to examine the relationship between science education policy and practice and the special role that science education researchers play in influencing policy. It has been suggested that the science education research community is isolated from the political process, pays little attention to policy matters, and has little influence on policy. But to influence policy, it is important to understand how policy is made and how it is implemented. This volume sheds light on the intersection between policy and practice through both theoretical discussions and practical examples. This book was written primarily about science education policy development in the context of the highly decentralized educational system of the United States. But, because policy development is fundamentally a social activity involving knowledge, values, and personal and community interests, there are similarities in how education policy gets enacted and implemented around the world. This volume is meant to be useful to science education researchers and to practitioners such as teachers and administrators because it provides information about which aspects of the science education enterprise are affected by state, local, and national policies. It also provides helpful information for researchers and practitioners who wonder how they might influence policy. In particular, it points out how the values of people who are affected by policy initiatives are critical to the implementation of those policies.
The Role of Public Policy in K-12 Science Education (Research in Science Education) ebook
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George E. Deboer
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