Scaffolding Preservice Science Teachers' Evidence-Based Arguments during an Investigation of Natural Selection
Research in Science Education Volume 32, Number 4, ISSN 0157-244X
Reports on a qualitative study in which preservice science teachers (PSTs) enrolled in an advanced methods course participated in a complex, data-rich investigation based on an adapted version of the "Struggle for Survival" curriculum. Uses the Galapagos Finches software and emphasizes giving priority to evidence and constructing evidence-based arguments. (Contains 57 references.) (Author/YDS)
Zembal-Saul, C., Munford, D., Crawford, B., Friedrichsen, P. & Land, S. (2002). Scaffolding Preservice Science Teachers' Evidence-Based Arguments during an Investigation of Natural Selection. Research in Science Education, 32(4), 437.
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