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Education
Author: Arthur Jennings
ISBN: 0521278627
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Pages 91 pages
Publisher Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 10, 1986)
Language English
Category: Education
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by Arthur Jennings


Contrary to prevailing opinion, the roots of modern science were planted in the ancient and medieval worlds long before the Scientific Revolution of the seventeenth century.

Contrary to prevailing opinion, the roots of modern science were planted in the ancient and medieval worlds long before the Scientific Revolution of the seventeenth century. Indeed, that revolution would have been inconceivable without the cumulative antecedent efforts of three great civilisations: Greek, Islamic, and Latin. The factors that produced this unique achievement are found in the way Christianity developed in the West, and in the invention of the university in 1200. As this 1997 study shows, it is no mere coincidence that the origins of modern science and the modern university occurred simultaneously in Western Europe during the late Middle Ages.

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Science Education and the Learning Sciences as. Coevolving Species. This handbook is your introduction to a powerful approach to reforming education and schools, an approach that builds on the learning sciences to design new learning environments that help people learn more deeply and more effectively.

In the US, science education was a scatter of subjects prior to its standardization in the 1890s. The development of a science curriculum in the US emerged gradually after extended debate between two ideologies, citizen science and pre-professional training

In the US, science education was a scatter of subjects prior to its standardization in the 1890s. The development of a science curriculum in the US emerged gradually after extended debate between two ideologies, citizen science and pre-professional training. As a result of a conference of 30 leading secondary and college educators in Florida, the National Education Association appointed a Committee of Ten in 1892 which had authority to organize future meetings and appoint subject matter committees of the major subjects taught in .

science and science education enjoys a longhistory, with its origins in Ernst Mach's work in the late nineteenthcentury and John Dewey's at the beginning of the twentieth century.

Abd-El-Khalick, F. Bell, R. L. & Lederman, N. 1998, ‘The Nature of Science and Instructional Practice: Making the Unnatural Natural’, Science Education 82, 417–436. Abell, S. K. & Smith, D. 1992, ‘What is Science?

The author stresses the importance of linking the science education in secondary schools to the types of science encountered at home, work and in further education.