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  1. Student-instructor interactions have an influence on student achievement and perceptions of learning. In college and university settings, large introductory STEM courses are increasingly including Peer-Led Tea...

    Authors: Christina I. Winterton, Ryan D. P. Dunk and Jason R. Wiles
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2020 2:3
  2. On 25 September 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution, which took effect 1 January 2016, to transform the world to better meet human needs and the requirements of economic transformation, while pr...

    Authors: William C. Kyle Jr.
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2020 2:2
  3. Previous studies on quantitative physics problem solving have been concerned with students’ using equations simply as a numerical computational tool. The current study started from a research question: “How do...

    Authors: Mihwa Park
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2020 2:1
  4. Structure and function is an essential crosscutting concept in undergraduate STEM education and appears in numerous disciplines and contexts from the introductory to advanced levels. This concept is exemplifie...

    Authors: Rachel Yoho, Tanner Foster, Mark Urban-Lurain, John Merrill and Kevin C. Haudek
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:16
  5. This paper reviews the ways in which interactions have been studied, and the findings of such studies, in science education in both face-to-face and remote laboratories. Guided by a systematic selection proces...

    Authors: Jianye Wei, David F. Treagust, Mauro Mocerino, Anthony D. Lucey, Marjan G. Zadnik and Euan D. Lindsay
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:14
  6. This critical review examines the challenges and opportunities facing the field of Biology Education Research (BER). Ongoing disciplinary fragmentation is identified as a force working in opposition to the dev...

    Authors: Ross H. Nehm
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:15
  7. This position paper is motivated by recent educational reform efforts that urge the integration of engineering in science education. We argue that it is plausible and beneficial to integrate engineering into f...

    Authors: Senay Purzer and Jenny Patricia Quintana-Cifuentes
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:13
  8. Research on the understanding of the nature of models and modeling processes in science education have received a lot of attention in science education. In this article, we make five claims about the research ...

    Authors: Mei-Hung Chiu and Jing-Wen Lin
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:12
  9. The socioscientific issues framework has proven to have a significant impact over the last two decades on many areas related to the development of functional scientific literacy in students. In this article, w...

    Authors: Dana L. Zeidler, Benjamin C. Herman and Troy D. Sadler
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:11
  10. Profound changes are occurring in society, disrupting current systems and institutions; these disruptions also are affecting science education practice and research. Science learning is becoming a lifelong, se...

    Authors: John H. Falk and Lynn D. Dierking
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:10
  11. Science|Environment|Health (S|E|H) is an emerging science pedagogy for complex living systems. The name highlights a situation of mutual benefit between science education, environmental education and health ed...

    Authors: Albert Zeyer and Justin Dillon
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:9
  12. Argumentation has emerged as a key area of research and development in science education in recent years. Simply defined, argumentation is about the justification of knowledge claims with evidence and reasons....

    Authors: Sibel Erduran, Liam Guilfoyle, Wonyong Park, Jessica Chan and Nigel Fancourt
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:8
  13. In this paper, we present a design solution that involves the bringing together of Project-based Learning (PBL) with the theory of usable knowledge (Pellegrino & Hilton, Developing transferable knowledge and s...

    Authors: Emily C. Miller and Joseph S. Krajcik
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:7
  14. This review traces the history of research on the teaching and learning of nature of scientific knowledge (NOSK), and its implications for curriculum and instruction. Initially, the complex rubric of NOSK is c...

    Authors: Norman G. Lederman and Judith S. Lederman
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:6
  15. This article offers a viewpoint regarding the current status of chemistry education research (CER) as a scholarly field within science education, and suggests priorities for future directions of work in the fi...

    Authors: Keith S. Taber
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:5
  16. This article addresses the question of what the future directions and emphases of the research in the earth science education field ought to be. During the past 30 years, Earth science education research has e...

    Authors: Nir Orion
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:3
  17. Education goals have evolved to emphasize student acquisition of the knowledge and attributes necessary to successfully contribute to the workforce and global economy of the twenty-first Century. The new educa...

    Authors: Lei Bao and Kathleen Koenig
    Citation: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science Education Research 2019 1:2

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