Default: Science Education

ISSN: 0036-8326

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Science Education is a journal indexed in SJR in History and Philosophy of Science and Education with an H index of 127. It has a price of 3250 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,115 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,115.

Science Education focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: science, inquiry, nature, scientific, life, integrating, local, mediate, museumdesigned, natural, ...

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Languages: English

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The empowerment of graduate science education students from developing countries: A comment on Lunetta and van den Berg

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The difficulty level of certain science concepts

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Consensually driven explanation in science teaching

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Moral outrage in education

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Language minority students in high school: The role of language in learning biology concepts

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Research traditions in comparative context: A philosophical challenge to radical constructivism

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Response to Ahlgren

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Time for science education: How teaching the history and philosophy of pendulum motion can contribute to science literacy

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Learners' mental models of metallic bonding: A cross-age study

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Science Interests in Preschool Boys and Girls: Relations to Later Self-Concept and Science Achievement

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Images of science and scientists and science education

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The presentation of metallic bonding in high school science textbooks during three decades: Science educational reforms and substantive changes of tendencies

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Inquiry, instrumentalism, and the public understanding of science

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An analysis of the supports and constraints for scientific discussion in high school project-based science

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Science museum educators' professional growth: Dynamics of changes in research-practitioner collaboration

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The effect of talk and writing on learning science: An exploratory study

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Leaving home for graduate science education in the G-7 countries: To what end?

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Rigor in Elementary Science Students' Discourse: The Role of Responsiveness and Supportive Conditions for Talk

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Diversity and equity for Asian American students in science education

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Dimensions of autonomy: Primary teachers' decisions about involvement in science professional development

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"Not Designed for Us": How Science Museums and Science Centers Socially Exclude Low-Income, Minority Ethnic Groups

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Change in teachers' knowledge of subject matter: A 17-year longitudinal study

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Aligning Coordination Class Theory With a New Context: Applying a Theory of Individual Learning to Group Learning

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