Science & Education

Papers
(The TQCC of Science & Education is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Scientific Literacy and Social Transformation68
Shift From a Traditional to a Distance Learning Environment during the COVID-19 Pandemic60
Computational Thinking, Between Papert and Wing55
Developing and Using Multiple Models to Promote Scientific Literacy in the Context of Socio-Scientific Issues53
A Framework for Epistemological Discussion on Integrated STEM Education52
The Nature of STEM Disciplines in the Science Education Standards Documents from the USA, Korea and Taiwan50
Science Education in the Light of COVID-1942
A Critique of “STEM” Education40
Exploring the Inclusion of Nature of Science in Biology Curriculum and High-Stakes Assessments in Hong Kong30
Effect of Scientific Argumentation on the Development of Critical Thinking27
The Present Shock and Time Re-appropriation in the Pandemic Era24
Engineering Education as the Development of Critical Sociotechnical Literacy24
Risk Society and Science Education23
Towards Covid-19 Literacy22
Inquiring into the Nature of STEM Problems21
Beyond Hypothesis Testing21
Trends, Issues and Possibilities for an Interdisciplinary STEM Curriculum19
A Theoretical Framework for Integrated STEM Education19
Using Historical Scientific Controversies to Promote Undergraduates’ Argumentation19
Nature of “STEM”?19
Pre-Service Teachers’ Analysis of Claims About COVID-19 in an Online Course18
S + T + M = E as a Convergent Model for the Nature of STEM17
Reintroducing “the” Scientific Method to Introduce Scientific Inquiry in Schools?15
Hot Topics and Frontier Evolution of Science Education Research: a Bibliometric Mapping from 2001 to 202014
Providing Undergraduates with Opportunities to Explicitly Reflect on How News Articles Promote the Public (Mis)understanding of Science14
Talking Science13
Understanding Biological Evolution Through Computational Thinking13
Aspects About Science in the Context of Production and Communication of Knowledge of COVID-1913
When Science Denial Meets Epistemic Understanding13
Socioscientific Issues Thinking and Action in the Midst of Science-in-the-Making13
Epistemic and Political Confrontations Around the Public Policies to Fight COVID-19 Pandemic12
A Growing Body of Knowledge12
Who Speaks for Science?12
Exploring the Inclusion of Nature of Science in Turkish Middle School Science Textbooks12
Improving Students’ Conceptions of Nature of Science: A Review of the Literature12
Rosalind Franklin and the Discovery of the Structure of DNA12
Using Explicit Teaching of Philosophy to Promote Understanding of the Nature of Science12
Thomas Kuhn and Science Education12
Influence of Public Engagement with Science on Scientific Information Literacy During the COVID‑19 Pandemic11
Post-Truth and Education11
From Basic to Humane Genomics Literacy11
Towards Equitable, Social Justice Criticality: Re-Constructing the “Black” Box and Making it Transparent for the Future of Science and Technology in Science Education11
A Systematic Review of Research on Family Resemblance Approach to Nature of Science in Science Education11
Examining the Nature of Practical Work in School Science Textbooks: Coverage of the Diversity of Scientific Methods11
Genetics and Identity10
History of Science in Physics Teaching10
Untangling Trustworthiness and Uncertainty in Science10
Beyond a Pragmatic Account of the Aesthetic in Science Education10
Between Education and Opinion-Making10
Augmented Reality Application for Handheld Devices10
Balancing Emotion and Reason to Develop Critical Thinking About Popularized Neurosciences10
Nature of Engineering10
Investigating Scientists’ Views of the Family Resemblance Approach to Nature of Science in Science Education10
Learning Science in Context: Integrating a Holistic Approach to Nature of Science in the Lower Secondary Classroom10
Nature of Science and Nature of Scientists10
Does Concrete Content Help People to Reason Scientifically?10
An Educational Reconstruction of Special Relativity Theory for Secondary Education9
Exploring How Students Construct Collaborative Thought Experiments During Physics Problem-Solving Activities9
Students’ Views of Nature of Science9
Exploring Spatial Cognitive Process Among STEM Students and Its Role in STEM Education9
Scientific Perspectivism in Secondary-School Chemistry Education9
Enhancing Computational Thinking Skills Through Artificial Intelligence Education at a STEAM High School9
Choose Your Evidence8
What do COVID-19 Tweets Reveal about Public Engagement with Nature of Science?8
Observation and Inference in Chemistry Teaching: a Model-Based Approach to the Integration of the Macro and Submicro Levels8
Indonesian Pre-service Biology Teachers’ and Biology Education Professors’ Views on Evolution8
Long-Lasting Conceptual Change in Science Education8
Changing How We Teach Acid-Base Chemistry8
Revisiting the Foundations of the Family Resemblance Approach to Nature of Science: Some New Ideas8
STEM Problem Solving: Inquiry, Concepts, and Reasoning8
Why People Trust Something Other than Science8
The Coherence Between Epistemologies and SSI Teaching7
Comparing Crosscutting Practices in STEM Disciplines7
Exploring Pre-service Biology Teachers’ Informal Reasoning and Decision-Making About COVID-197
Teachers’ Conceptions about the Origin of Humans in the Context of Three Latin American Countries with Different Forms and Degrees of Secularism7
Analysis of Engineering Elements of K-12 Science Standards in Seven Countries Engaged in STEM Education Reform7
Causal Mapping as a Teaching Tool for Reflecting on Causation in Human Evolution7
Does Social Constructionist Curricula Both Decrease Essentialist and Increase Nominalist Beliefs About Race?7
Promoting Young Learners’ NOS Views Through Place-Based SSI Instruction7
Conceptual Profile of Substance7
Pre-service Teachers’ False Beliefs in Superstitions and Pseudosciences in Relation to Science and Technology6
Trust and Mistrust in Sources of Scientific Information on Climate Change and Vaccines6
Elementary School Children’s Explanations of Day and Night6
Improving Teachers’ and Students’ Views on Nature of Science Through Active Instructional Approaches: a Review of the Literature6
Analysing Transdisciplinary Education: A Scoping Review6
Measuring Belief in Genetic Determinism: A Psychometric Evaluation of the PUGGS Instrument6
Integrating History of Science in In‑service Physics Teacher Education: Impact on Teachers’ Practice6
Investigating Student Nature of Science Views as Reflections of Authentic Science6
Science Education and the Pandemic, 1 Year On6
Making Sense of Uncertainty in the Science Classroom6
How is Students’ Understanding of Nature of Science Related with Their Metacognitive Awareness?6
Educating for Responsible Research Practice in Biomedical Sciences6
Bringing Nuance to “the Science” in Public Policy and Science Understanding6
Data-Texts in the Sciences6
Trust, Science Education and Vaccines6
‘Should We Be Doing It, Should We Not Be Doing It, Who Could Be Harmed?’5
Measuring Pupils’ Attitudes Towards Socioscientific Issues5
Modelling Authenticity in Science Education5
On Beyond Constructivism5
Exploring the Role of Trust in Scientists to Explain Health-Related Behaviors in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic5
Not Only Why but Also How to Trust Science: Reshaping Science Education Based on Science Studies for a Better Post-pandemic World5
The Theoretical Foundations of Feng Shui and Science Education in China5
Teaching Science as a Process, Not a Set of Facts5
On Idealizations and Models in Science Education5
Using Drama to Enrich Students’ Argumentation About Genetically Modified Foods5
A Textbook Analysis to Uncover the Hidden Contributors of Science and Mathematics5
Exploring Pre-service Science Teachers’ Understanding of Scientific Inquiry and Scientific Practices Through a Laboratory Course5
Middle School Students’ Scientific Epistemological Beliefs, Achievements in Science and Intellectual Risk-Taking5
Examining the Changes in Representations of Nature of Science in Chinese Senior High School Chemistry Textbooks5
Behavioral Genetics, Population Genetics, and Genetic Essentialism5
Leaving the laboratory: Using Field Science to Disrupt and Expand Historically Enduring Narratives of Science Teaching and Learning5
Biological Conceptualization of Race5
Using Children’s Literature in the Middle School Science Class to Teach Nature of Science5
Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Socioscientific Reasoning During a Decision-Making Activity in the Context of COVID-195
Developing Students’ Critical Thinking Skills and Argumentation Abilities Through Augmented Reality–Based Argumentation Activities in Science Classes5
Do We Have a Trust Problem? Exploring Undergraduate Student Views on the Tentativeness and Trustworthiness of Science5
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