13-15 August, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra

Research Conference 2006 examined recent research and practice directions in the area of science education both locally and internationally. The conference addressed what it will take to boost science teaching and learning.

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Submissions from 2006

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Finding a way forward - Panel Discussion

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Boosting Science Learning - What Will it Take? (Conference Proceedings), Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

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Boosting science learning through the design of curriculum materials, Rodger Bybee

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o wonder the kids are confused: the relevance of science education to science, Deborah Corrigan

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Rethinking science education through rethinking schooling, Jim Davies

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esearch and boosting science learning: Diagnosis and potential solutions, Peter Fensham

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Inquiry in science classrooms - rhetoric or reality?, Dennis Goodrum

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Primary Connections: A new approach to primary science and to teacher professional learning, Mark Hackling

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Addressing the looming crisis in the supply of suitably qualified teachers, Kerri-Lee Harris

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How Can Professional Standards Improve the Quality of Teaching and Learning Science?, Lawrence Ingvarson and Anne Semple

Boosting Science Learning, Geoff N. Masters

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What Science Do Students Want to Learn ? What Do Students Know About Science?, Barry McRae

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Towards a science education for all: The role of ideas, evidence and argument, Jonathan Osborne

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The community's contribution to science learning: Making it count, Leonie Rennie

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Creating powerful teacher education opportunities: The need for risk, relevance, resource, recognition, readiness and reflection, Susan Rodrigues

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Science Achievement in Australia : Evidence from National and International Surveys., Sue Thomson

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Boosting science learning - what will it take?, Russell Tytler and David Symington