“Science is About Facts,” or Is It? Changing Student Conceptions About the Nature of Scienceby: Karen Murcia and Renato A. Schibeci

Journal ArticleDigital resources are stored online in your NSTA Library.

This paper analyzes some of the issues in teaching and learning in an introductory physical science course to a group of nonscience majors: elementary teacher education students. In particular, it examines the influence of the course on the students’ views of the nature of science.

Grades
  • College
Publication Date
12/1/1999

Community ActivitySaved in 26 Libraries

Reviews (1)
  • on Tue Aug 14, 2018 7:34 AM

Table 1 of this article provides a list of strong questions to gauge students' grasp on the nature of science.

Emily Faulconer  (Archer, FL)
Emily Faulconer (Archer, FL)


Free - NSTA Members

$1.29 - Nonmembers

Login or Create a Free Account to add this resource to your library.

Share