Engaging science teachers in Socioscientific implementation for global citizenship: Related Paper Set

Dury Bayram Jacobs, Silvia Alcaraz-Dominguez, Emil Eidin, Yael Shwartz, Anat Abramovich

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    Abstract

    Learning science for citizenship is a main goal in many national and international policy papers (NGSS, 2012, in the US and Future of Education and Skills 2030 (OECD, 2019). However research shows a gap between this policy and teaching in practice. These times lend an incredible opportunity to bridge this gap. The Covid-19 pandemic is an example why SSI needs to be an integral part of science education, both for all citizens and for future scientists. The pandemic is a live example that SSI can no longer be considered as an enrichment, odd to science, or other teachers’ perceptions that represent a rigid perception of science. Yet, there still remains the challenge to support science teachers in adopting SSI into the science curriculum and implement it. In this paper set we explore different approaches that support pre-service and in service science teachers in implementing socioscientific issues. Each paper investigates a way of supporting teachers from a different lense: the first paper examines teachers' pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of SSI, the second paper explores teachers' science content knowledge, the third paper reveals some of the tensions secondary science teachers face with implementation of SSI, and the fourth paper explores a change of pre-service teachers attitudes toward SSI.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 8 Apr 2021
    Event2021 NARST Annual Conference - Online
    Duration: 7 Apr 202110 Apr 2021
    https://narst.org/conferences/2021-annual-conference

    Conference

    Conference2021 NARST Annual Conference
    Period7/04/2110/04/21
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    Keywords

    • SSI, teacher knowledge, teacher beliefs

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