Science/Technology/Society as Reform in Science Education
Science/Technology/Society (S/T/S) is a reform effort to broaden science as a discipline in schools and colleges; to relate science to other facets of the curriculum; and to relate science specifically to technology and to the society that supports and produces new conceptualizations of both. S/T/S is also defined as the teaching and learning of science/technology in the context of human experience. It focuses on a method of teaching that recognizes the importance that experience in the real world has on the learning process. And it recognizes that real learning can occur only when the learner is engaged and able to construct her or his own meaning. Science/Technology/Society as Reform in Science Education, is rich with examples of such teaching and learning. It includes impressive research evidence that illustrates that progress has been made and goals have been met. For teachers and administrators alike, this book provides and validates new visions for science education.
- Paperback | 339 pages
- 148.3 x 227.6 x 19.8mm | 480.82g
- 01 Feb 1996
- State University of New York Press
- Albany, NY, United States
- Total Illustrations: 0
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About Robert E. Yager
Robert E. Yager is Professor of Science Education at the University of Iowa, Iowa City.