Handbook of Research on Science Teacher Education
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Handbook of Research on Science Teacher Education

Julie A. Luft (University of Georgia, USA.), M. Gail Jones (North Carolina State University, USA.)

-Offers a contemporary and thorough review of research pertaining to the preparation, induction, and ongoing professional learning of K-12 science teachers, drawing from over 60 international contributors. -Chapters are research-focused but also provide actionable, empirically-based suggestions for science teacher educators who work directly with teachers, emphasizing the link between research and practice. -Covers established, emergent, and cutting-edge areas of research, including research methods and methodologies in science teacher education; the demographics of the global science teaching workforce (and their educators); initial teacher preparation in both higher education and non-higher education settings; emerging areas in science teacher education; professional learning of in-service science teachers; and policy and its impact on science teacher education.

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