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Current research in biology education: selected papers from the ERIDOB community

Current research in biology education: selected papers from the ERIDOB community
Current research in biology education: selected papers from the ERIDOB community
This book is a collection of full papers based on the peer-reviewed submissions accepted for the ERIDOB 2020 conference (which was cancelled due to COVID-19). ERIDOB brings together researchers in Biology Education from around the world to share and discuss their research work and results. It is the only major international conference on biology education research, and all the papers therefore are written by international researchers from across Europe (and beyond), which present the findings from a range of contemporary biology education research projects. They are all entirely new papers describing new research in the field. The papers are peer-reviewed by experienced international researchers selected by the ERIDOB Academic Committee. The papers reflect the ERIDOB conference strands by covering topics on:

Socioscientific issues, Nature of Science and scientific thinking
Teaching and learning in biology
Perceptions of biology and biology education
Textbook analysis
Outdoor and environmental education
By providing a collection of new research findings from many countries, this book is a great resource for researchers and practitioners such as school, college and university biology teachers' around the world. It is useful for training biology teachers and therefore valuable to teacher training institutions.
Biology Education Research
Springer
Grace, Marcus
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Korfiatis, Konstantinos
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Grace, Marcus
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Korfiatis, Konstantinos
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Grace, Marcus and Korfiatis, Konstantinos (eds.) (2022) Current research in biology education: selected papers from the ERIDOB community , Springer, 313pp.

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This book is a collection of full papers based on the peer-reviewed submissions accepted for the ERIDOB 2020 conference (which was cancelled due to COVID-19). ERIDOB brings together researchers in Biology Education from around the world to share and discuss their research work and results. It is the only major international conference on biology education research, and all the papers therefore are written by international researchers from across Europe (and beyond), which present the findings from a range of contemporary biology education research projects. They are all entirely new papers describing new research in the field. The papers are peer-reviewed by experienced international researchers selected by the ERIDOB Academic Committee. The papers reflect the ERIDOB conference strands by covering topics on:

Socioscientific issues, Nature of Science and scientific thinking
Teaching and learning in biology
Perceptions of biology and biology education
Textbook analysis
Outdoor and environmental education
By providing a collection of new research findings from many countries, this book is a great resource for researchers and practitioners such as school, college and university biology teachers' around the world. It is useful for training biology teachers and therefore valuable to teacher training institutions.

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Published date: 21 March 2022
Keywords: Biology Education Research

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Local EPrints ID: 456293
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/456293
PURE UUID: 6244f175-31ef-401b-bd1a-72d9fcb2b4f5
ORCID for Marcus Grace: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1949-1765

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Date deposited: 27 Apr 2022 01:26
Last modified: 24 Jul 2022 01:33

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Editor: Marcus Grace ORCID iD
Editor: Konstantinos Korfiatis

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