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History, Philosophy and Science Teaching (HPS&ST) as an Academic Field. Michael R. Matthews School of Education University of New South Wales email@example.com. Outline. Overview of recent scholarly research publications in HPS&ST and thus establishment of a academic field
Michael R. Matthews
School of EducationUniversity of New South Walesm.firstname.lastname@example.org
A successful science teacher knows his own subject . . . is widely read in other branches of science . . . knows how to teach . . . is able to express himself lucidly . . .is skilful in manipulation . . .is resourceful both at the demonstration table and in the laboratory . . . is a logician to his finger-tips . . .is something of a philosopher . .. is so far an historian that he can sit down with a crowd of [students] and talk to them about the personal equations, the lives, and the work of such geniuses as Galileo, Newton, Faraday and Darwin. More than this he is an enthusiast, full of faith in his own particular work.
Taylor, R.S. & Ferrari, M. (eds): 2011, Epistemology and Science Education: Understanding the Evolution vs. Intelligent Design Controversy
Robert Nola, Alan Chalmers, Mario Bunge, Robert Pennock,Steve Fuller, Jane Roland Martin, Howard Sankey, DemetrisPortides, Michael Ruse, Paul Thagard, Gürol Irzik, Cassandra Pinnick, Thomas Reydon, Massimo Pigliucci, Hugh Lacey, Peter Kosso, Hasok Chang, Emma TobinRichard Burian, Alan Love,Ingo Brigandt, Andrea Woody,
HelgeKragh, John Heilbron, Lewis Pyenson, Anders LundgrenI. Bernard Cohen, Zev Bechler, Fabio Bevilacqua, Roger Stuewer, William Carroll, Stephen Brush,Lesley Cormack, Jonathan HodgeIrina Gouzevitch
OlivalFreire Jr., Kathryn Olesko, David Depew, Hasok Chang, Bernard Lightman, Andre Koch Torres Assis, Jane MaienseheinRichard Bellon, Antonio ClericuzioJohn BeattyBernadette Bensaude- VincentRoberto de Andrade Martins,
JürgenTeichmann, Derek Hodson, David Treagust, Nancy Brickhouse, Mansoor Niaz, Art Stinner, MatildeVicentini, Norman Lederman, William Cobern, Mike Smith, John Gilbert, Andreas Quale, Anton Lawson, Martin Eger, Edgar Jenkins, Colin Gauld,
Richard Duschl, Ismo Koponen, John Leach, Jim Ryder, Peter Heering, Michael Reiss, Constantine Skordoulis, Dana Zeidler, James Wandersee, Stephen Klassen, Charbel Niño El-Hani, Helge Strömdahl, Ibrahim Halloun, William McComas, Dietmar Höttecke
Mariana Hagberg, Norman LedermanJosé Antonio Chamizo, Michael Clough, CibelleCelestino Silva, Dietmar Höttecke, Jun-ki Lee, Yongju Kwon, KaarleKurki-SuonioMercéIzquierdo i Aymerich,Manuel Fernandez-Gonzalez
The Springer Handbook is to provide a structured, documented and critical guide to extant HPS&ST research.
It can be used by the profession as an important marker of progress, and platform for informed and coherent future contributions.
The handbook as a whole, and each chapter within, is meant to straddle both the fields of HPS scholarship and educational research.
‘First, much of the doctrine known as ‘constructivism’ ... is simply unintelligible. Second, to the extent that it is intelligible ... it is simply confused. Third, there is a complete absence of any argument for whatever positions can be made out. ... In general, far from being what it is claimed to be, namely, the New Age in philosophy of science, an even slightly perceptive ear can detect the familiar voice of a really quite primitive, traditional subjectivistic empiricism with some overtones of diverse provenance like Piaget and Kuhn’ (Suchting 1992, p. 247).
Edgar Mitchell (the NASA astronaut who during the 1971 Apollo 14 mission made the longest ever space walk), Mitchell has two bachelor degrees in science and a doctorate in aeronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
He believes in ESP , UFOs, and that he has been cured of kidney cancer by a man called Adam Dreamhealer who, although based in Canada, does all his healing from a distance. Talks with his long-dead father.
Structure of the Field
Philosophy of Science
Philosophy of Education
History of Science
History of Education
Education ???[Is Education a Field of study or a Discipline?]
Defining an Identity (2004)
KYLE, WilliamSome Interviewees