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Sociocultural Studies and Implications for Science Education The experiential and the virtual by Catherine T. Milne
  

Sociocultural Studies and Implications for Science Education The experiential and the virtual

Part of the Cultural Studies of Science Education Series

Synopsis

Sociocultural Studies and Implications for Science Education The experiential and the virtual by Catherine T. Milne

The chapters included in this book address two major questions: what are some of the methodological and theoretical issues in sociocultural research in urban education and science education and what sort of questions do technological and virtual contexts raise for these types of research perspectives. The chapters build off Ken Tobin's personal history of sociocultural research in science education and as they do each chapter asks philosophical, sociological and/or methodological questions that inform our understanding of the challenges associated with conducting research in experiential and virtual contexts.

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Publication date

21st July 2015

Author

Catherine T. Milne

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Publisher

Springer

Format

Hardback
330 pages

Categories

Teaching of a specific subject
Social research & statistics
Science: general issues

ISBN

9789400742390

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