Science education is a highly dynamic field of applied and basic research and of research-based development. Its ideas and problems arise at the intersection of theoretical and empirical research and of educational practice in science classrooms, informal learning and teacher education, of the important and manifold relations of modern societies with science and education, and of a scientific, evidence-based approach to science teaching and learning and science literacy.
In this framework, Progress in Science Education (PriSE) aims at fostering a stimulating exchange between researchers, teachers, and other stakeholders in the field, trying to investigate their ideas and visions, and to suggest approaches for an effective and sustainable development of science education in and out of school.
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Towards a more comprehensive framework for investigating novelty at out-of-school learning places for science and technology learning
Rebecca Cors, Nicolas Robin, Andreas Mueller, Patrick Kunz