History, Philosophy and Science Teaching : New Perspectives (Science: Philosophy, History and Education) (1st ed. 2018. 2017. xxv, 326 S. 11 SW-Abb., 6 Farbabb. 235 mm)

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History, Philosophy and Science Teaching : New Perspectives (Science: Philosophy, History and Education) (1st ed. 2018. 2017. xxv, 326 S. 11 SW-Abb., 6 Farbabb. 235 mm)

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This anthology opens new perspectives in the domain of history, philosophy, and science teaching research. Its four sections are: first, science, culture and education; second, the teaching and learning of science; third, curriculum development and justification; and fourth, indoctrination.The first group of essays deal with the neglected topic of science education and the Enlightenment tradition. These essays show that many core commitments of modern science education have their roots in this tradition, and consequently all can benefit from a more informed awareness of its strengths and weaknesses. Other essays address research on leaning and teaching from the perspectives of social epistemology and educational psychology. Included here is the first ever English translation of Ernst Mach's most influential 1890 paper on `The Psychological and Logical Moment in Natural Science Teaching'. This paper launched the influential Machian tradition in education.Other essays address concrete cases of the utilisation of history and philosophy in the development and justification of school science curricula. These are instances of the supportive relation of HPS&ST research to curriculum theorising. Finally, two essays address the topic of Indoctrination in science education; a subject long-discussed in philosophy of education, but inadequately in science education.This book is a timely reminder of why history and philosophy of science are urgently needed to support understanding of science. From major traditions such as the Enlightenment to the tensions around cultural studies of science, the book provides a comprehensive context for the scientific endeavour, drawing on curriculum and instructional examples.Sibel Erduran, University of Oxford, UKThe scholarship that each of the authors in this volume offers deepens our understanding of what we teach in science and why that understanding matters. This is an important book exploring a wide set of issues and should be read by anyone with an interest in science or science education.Jonathan Osborne, Stanford University, USAThis volume presents new and updated perspectives in the field, such as the Enlightenment Tradition, Cultural Studies, Indoctrination in Science Education, and Nature of Science. Highly recommended.Mansoor Niaz, Universidad de Oriente, VenezuelaThis volume provides an extremely valuable set of insights into educational issues related to the history and philosophy of science.Michael J Reiss, University College London, UK

Table of Contents

Part I Science, Culture and Education
1 Feng Shui: Educational Responsibilities 3 (40)
and Opportunities
Michael R. Matthews
2 The Enlightenment: Truths Behind a 43 (24)
Misleading Abstraction
Robert Nola
3 The Enlightenment Tradition and Science 67 (32)
Education in Turkey
Deniz Peker
Ozgur Taskin
4 Cultural Studies of Science Education: An 99 (40)
Appraisal
Christine L. McCarthy
Part II Teaching and Learning Science
5 Epistemic Practices and Science Education 139(28)
Gregory J. Kelly
Peter Licona
6 Strategies for Learning Nature of Science 167(28)
Knowledge: A Perspective from Educational
Psychology
Erin E. Peters-Burton
7 About the Psychological and Logical 195(8)
Moment in Natural Science Teaching (1890)
Ernst Mach
Part III Curriculum Development and
Justification
8 Scientific Knowledge as a Culture: A 203(32)
Paradigm for Meaningful Teaching and
Learning of Science
Igal Galili
9 Integrating Science Education Research 235(26)
and History and Philosophy of Science in
Developing an Energy Curriculum
Yaron Lehavi
Bat-Sheva Eylon
10 Teaching Evolution: Criticism of Common 261(22)
Justifications and the Proposal of a More
Warranted Set
Mike U. Smith
Part IV Indoctrination and Science Education
11 Science Education, Indoctrination, and 283(24)
the Hidden Curriculum
Lena Hansson
12 Warranted Indoctrination in Science 307(10)
Education
Paul A. Wagner
Name Index 317(6)
Subject Index 323