Grand challenges in science education. Plenty of challenges for all. Introduction.

  • Hines P
  • Mervis J
  • McCartney M
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Abstract

In this special issue of Science, we have invited experts to tell us what they think are the most important challenges facing science education. Through a mixture of News, Reviews, Perspectives, Education Forums, and an Editorial, we explore the obstacles to progress, be they within the classroom, across the school system, or in the larger social arena. We also offer substantive suggestions on how to proceed. For example, distance education, online simulations as educational aids, and social networking tools are already part of science education. Many university faculty members are working to upgrade centuries-old approaches to instruction. And, with a new emphasis on the practice of science, promising assessment tools are being developed to improve learning.

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Authors

  • Pamela J. Hines

  • Jeffrey Mervis

  • Melissa McCartney

  • Brad Wible

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