Teacher effectiveness, Knowledge base for teaching, Science teaching, Scientific literacy, Science interests, Science curriculum
AER 50 calls for major curriculum reform, arguing that the time has passed for tinkering around the edges of a science curriculum that belongs to the past. Using research presented at ACER's Research Conference 2006, Boosting Science Learning - what will it take? as a base for a broad and intense review of the literature, the review calls for a 're-imagined' science education that is focused not only on preparing future scientists, but also on engaging all young people in science.
Recommended CitationTytler, Russell, "Re-imagining Science Education : Engaging students in science for Australia's future" (2007).
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