Science Teaching : A Contemporary Synthesis of History and Philosophy in Science Education (Philosophy of Education Research Library)

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Science Teaching : A Contemporary Synthesis of History and Philosophy in Science Education (Philosophy of Education Research Library)

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    xi
Preface xiii
The Rapprochement Between History, Philosophy 1 (10)
and Science Education
Historical Debates About the Science 11 (18)
Curriculum
Natural Philosophy in the Curriculum 12 (1)
US Science Education to the 1950s 13 (2)
1950s National Science Foundation Curricula 15 (5)
British Curricular Reform 20 (5)
Inquiry Learning and the Need for History 25 (3)
and Philosophy of Science
Conclusion 28 (1)
Contemporary Curricular Developments 29 (20)
Science Literacy and the 1980s Crisis 29 (4)
The Responsibility of Schools 33 (2)
Project 2061 35 (10)
British National Curriculum 45 (1)
Science-Technology-Society Curricula 46 (1)
Conclusion 47 (2)
History of Science in the Curriculum 49 (34)
Reasons for History 49 (5)
History in US Science Curricula 54 (3)
History in British Science Curricula 57 (2)
History in Continental Science Curricula 59 (1)
Teaching About Air Pressure: The Contrast 60 (4)
Between Historical and Professional
Approaches
Metaphysics and Physics in the Science of 64 (6)
Air Pressure
How to Introduce History 70 (1)
Opposition to History 71 (6)
A Defense of History 77 (4)
Conclusion 81 (2)
Philosophy in the Curriculum 83 (26)
Science and Philosophy 84 (2)
Philosophy in the Science Curriculum 86 (2)
Logic and Scientific Reasoning 88 (5)
Rationality in Science and in Science 93 (2)
Classrooms
Ernst Mach: Philosopher, Scientist and 95 (5)
Educator
Thought Experiments in Science 100 (3)
Thought Experiments and Science Education 103 (2)
Ethics and Science Education 105 (1)
Feminism and Science Education 106 (2)
Conclusion 108 (1)
History and Philosophy in the Classroom: The 109 (28)
Case of Pendulum Motion
The Pendulum and the Science of Motion 109 (1)
Galileo and the Textbook 110 (2)
Galileo's Account of Pendulum Motion 112 (4)
Empirical Problems with Galileo's Account 116 (2)
Philosophical Problems with Galileo's 118 (3)
Account
Post-Galileo Developments 121 (2)
A Comparison: Millikan and Ehrenhaft 123 (1)
Some Epistemological Lessons 124 (7)
Some Pedagogical Lessons 131 (4)
Conclusion 135 (2)
Constructivism and Science Education 137 (26)
What is Constructivism? 138 (1)
Epistemological Commitments 139 (2)
Ontological Commitments 141 (2)
Constructivist Teaching Practice 143 (3)
Constructivism and Inquiry Learning 146 (2)
Radical Constructivist Theory 148 (10)
Constructivism and Relativism 158 (3)
Conclusion 161 (2)
What is Science? Realism and Empiricism 163 (16)
Platonic Empiricism and Aristotelian Realism 164 (1)
Copernican and Galilean Realism and 165 (2)
Osiander's Empiricism
Newton's Realism and Berkeley's Empiricism 167 (3)
Planck's Realism and Mach's Empiricism 170 (4)
Some Philosophical Considerations 174 (3)
Conclusion 177 (2)
Multicultural Science Education 179 (20)
Criticism of Science Education 179 (2)
The Universalist Tradition 181 (3)
Epistemology and Multicultural Science 184 (2)
Education
Some Traditional Non-Western Metaphysics 186 (4)
What is Good Science? 190 (2)
History of Science and Multiculturalism 192 (3)
The Multiscience Thesis 195 (2)
Conclusion 197 (2)
Teacher Education 199 (16)
History and Philosophy of Science in 200 (2)
Teacher Education
What Type of Course? 202 (2)
Teachers' Epistemology 204 (1)
Analogy, Metaphor and Scientific Thinking 205 (3)
History of Science and the Psychology of 208 (3)
Learning
Idealizations in Science and the Learning 211 (2)
of Science
Conclusion 213 (2)
Notes 215 (20)
References 235 (38)
Further Reading 273 (2)
Addresses 275 (2)
Index 277