Meeting Sixteen — 24th January 2013
RCT’s in Education. Reviewing the white paper published last summer:
Haynes L., Service, O., Goldacre, B., Torgerson D. (2012). Test, Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy with Randomised Controlled Trials. Cabinet Office Behavioural
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Meeting Fifteen - 17th July
Literacy in Science
Meeting Fourteen — 3rd July 2012
Attitudes towards science
Meeting Thirteen — 12th June 2012
Competition and Girls
Meeting Twelve — 22nd May 2012
Boosting science learning through the design of curriculum materials
Meeting Eleven — 8th May 2012
School is not where most Americans learn most of their science.
Meeting Ten — 24th January 2012
Osborne J, Science Education for the Twenty-First Century Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2007, 3(3), 173–184 (.pdf link)
Meeting Nine — 10th January 2012
Johannes Metzler and Ludger Woessmann “The Impact of Teacher Subject Knowledge on Student Achievement: Evidence from Within-Teacher Within-Student Variation” IZA Discussion Paper Number 4999 (2010) (.PDF link).
Meeting Six — 18th October 2011
Harold Pashler, Mark McDaniel, Doug Rohrer, and Robert Bjork “Learning Styles — Concepts and Evidence” Journal of Psychological Science in the Public Interest December 2008 vol. 9 no. 3105–119 (.PDF)
Meeting Five — 4th October 2011
Hazari, Zahra et al. 2010. “Connecting High School Physics Experiences, Outcome Expectations, Physics Identity, and Physics Career Choice: A Gender Study” Journal of Research in Science Teaching 47(8): 978‑1003. doi: 10.1002/tea.20363 (.PDF 231kB).
Meeting Four — 20th September 2011
Meeting Three — 6th September 2011
Driver, Rosalind, “The fallacy of induction in science teaching”, in Teaching Science, ed. Ralph Levinson (London: Routledge, 1994), 41–48. (Google Books)
Meeting Two — 19th July 2011
Millar, Robin and Jonathan Osborne, “Beyond 2000: Science Education for the Future” (London: King’s College London, 1998). (.PDF 142kB)
Meeting One — 5th July 2011
Archer, Louise et al. 2010. “‘Doing’ science versus ‘being’ a scientist: Examining 10/11-year-old schoolchildren’s constructions of science through the lens of identity”, Science Education 94(4): 617–639. doi: 10.1002/sce.20399 (.PDF 146kB)