"The compulsory educational chemistry curriculum criterion" points that science research is the significant study content , the important and effective study way to develop science explore in chemistry curriculum of compulsory education .
Explorations of a Paradox in Curriculum Control: Resistance to Open-ended Science Inquiry in a School for Self-directed Learning
This paper reports on a 2-year study designed to investigate the trajectory of change in an urban 5th grade teacher as she introduces science inquiry using the Web-Based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE).
These results suggest that embedding science inquiry curricula in novel platforms like a MUVE might act as a catalyst for change in students' self-efficacy and learning processes.
Constructing a Learning Environment that Scaffolds Science Inquiry in First Grade
This interpretive case study describes how students, their parents and teacher identified specific characteristics of a classroom learning environment that provided a scaffold for first graders to engage in science inquiry.
Advances in molecular biology and genetic manipulation techniques have allowed the development of animal models of some of these CMT types, allowing more productive scientific exploration of possible treatments.
Much progress has been made in the scientific exploration of the deep ice-covered Arctic Ocean.
Visualisation and interaction for scientific exploration and knowledge discovery
Report on the eight UN/ESA Workshop on Basic Space Science: Scientific Exploration from Space
Limited By Cost: The Case Against Humans In The Scientific Exploration Of Space
User-oriented Security Supporting Inter-disciplinary Life Science Research across the Grid
The evolution of analysis in life science research and molecular medicine: The potential role of separations
Trends in Israeli social science research on the national identity of the Palestinian Citizens of Israel
Unique Islamic Law Methodology and the Validity of Modern Legal and Social Science Research Methods for Islamic Research
Ultimately, we argue that social, cultural and economic changes in post-Civil Rights America necessitate a re-evaluation of the validity of black as social construct and re-assessment of its' continued use in social science research.