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Affective science teaching

Schibeci, R. (1977) Affective science teaching. In: 3rd Annual Conference of the Western Australian Science Education Association, 20th September 1977, Secondary Teachers College, W.A pp. 44-57.

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    Abstract

    One of the chief goals of science curriculum development projects has . been to stimulate student interest in science. This is one aspect of affective science teaching.

    A number of dimensions in affective science teaching can be distinguished:
    1. attitudes to science (involving like vs dislike of science or scientists);
    2. attitudes in science (often called “scientific attitudes”);
    3. attitudes to the “attitudes in science”.

    What is the role of each of these dimensions?
    What emphasis should these dimensions receive in a science curriculum?
    What guidance does the literature provide in these areas?
    The paper will examine these issues and the possible usefulness of a taxonomy for the affective domain of science education.

    Publication Type: Conference Paper
    Murdoch Affiliation: School of Education
    Publisher: Western Australian Science Education Association
    Copyright: 1977 WASEA
    URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/6329
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