STS education: international perspectives on reform

This text examines: the roots of STS education; the pragmatic heart of STS, projects and programmes as they actually exist in classrooms; the cultural aspects of science education; the reasons women often feel alienated from existing "valid and neutral" science; and research into STS education.

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Author(s)Joan Solomon, Glen S Aikenhead
Age11-14, 14-16
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