Science & Education

(The TQCC of Science & Education is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Nature of Science, Scientific Inquiry, and Socio-Scientific Issues Arising from Genetics: A Pathway to Developing a Scientifically Literate Citizenry121
Conceptual Change from the Framework Theory Side of the Fence91
From FRA to RFN, or How the Family Resemblance Approach Can Be Transformed for Science Curriculum Analysis on Nature of Science68
Implementing History and Philosophy in Science Teaching: Strategies, Methods, Results and Experiences from the European HIPST Project59
Contributions of the Family Resemblance Approach to Nature of Science in Science Education50
From Science Studies to Scientific Literacy: A View from the Classroom50
Selecting Socio-scientific Issues for Teaching44
A Critical Review of Students’ and Teachers’ Understandings of Nature of Science40
Reaching a Consensus on the Definition of Genetic Literacy that Is Required from a Twenty-First-Century Citizen39
A Conceptual Analysis of Perspective Taking in Support of Socioscientific Reasoning38
Physics Teaching in the Search for Its Self37
Shift From a Traditional to a Distance Learning Environment during the COVID-19 Pandemic36
Science as a Vaccine34
The Nature of STEM Disciplines in the Science Education Standards Documents from the USA, Korea and Taiwan34
Contextualizing the Relationship Between Nature of Scientific Knowledge and Scientific Inquiry31
Instructional Misconceptions in Acid-Base Equilibria: An Analysis from a History and Philosophy of Science Perspective30
Investigating Coherence About Nature of Science in Science Curriculum Documents26
Fundamental Issues Regarding the Nature of Technology25
Recontextualization of Science from Lab to School: Implications for Science Literacy23
Contributions from the Philosophy of Science to the Education of Science Teachers23
Exploring the Complexity of Students’ Scientific Explanations and Associated Nature of Science Views Within a Place-Based Socioscientific Issue Context22
Nature of Engineering Knowledge22
Interdisciplinary Lessons for the Teaching of Biology from the Practice of Evo-Devo22
From Chemical Forces to Chemical Rates: A Historical/Philosophical Foundation for the Teaching of Chemical Equilibrium19
Towards a Refined Depiction of Nature of Science19
From Inquiry-Based Science Education to the Approach Based on Scientific Practices19
Teaching Nature of Scientific Knowledge to Kindergarten Through University Students18
Teaching and Learning Nature of Science in Elementary Classrooms18
Toward Bridging the Mechanistic Gap Between Genes and Traits by Emphasizing the Role of Proteins in a Computational Environment17
Tensions Between Learning Models and Engaging in Modeling17
From black and white to shades of grey15
When Modern Physics Meets Nature of Science15
Risk Society and Science Education15
Context-Dependent “Upper Anchors” for Learning Progressions15
Effects of Historical Story Telling on Student Understanding of Nature of Science14
From Ends to Causes (and Back Again) by Metaphor: The Paradox of Natural Selection14
Improving Science Teachers’ Views about Scientific Inquiry14
A Critique of Science Education as Sociopolitical Action from the Perspective of Liberal Education14
Reframing and Articulating Socio-scientific Classroom Discourses on Genetic Testing from an STS Perspective13
Learning to Interpret Measurement and Motion in Fourth Grade Computational Modeling13
Reconstructing Iconic Experiments in Electrochemistry: Experiences from a History of Science Course13
Agnotology, Scientific Consensus, and the Teaching and Learning of Climate Change: A Response to Legates, Soon and Briggs13
Extending the Utility of the Views of Nature of Science Assessment through Epistemic Network Analysis13
Teaching Chemistry and Chemical Textbooks in France. From Beguin to Lemery12
Controversies in Science12
Students’ Conceptions of the Nature of Science: Perspectives from Canadian and Korean Middle School Students12
Scientists’ Ontological and Epistemological Views about Science from the Perspective of Critical Realism11
The Value of False Theories in Science Education11
How Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching May Profit from the Study of History of Mathematics11
Fifteenth and sixteenth century arithmetic texts: What can we learn from them?10
Examining the Representations of NOS in Educational Resources10
Everyday Scientific Imagination10
The Role of Art Practice in Elementary School Science10
Features of Modeling-Based Abductive Reasoning as a Disciplinary Practice of Inquiry in Earth Science10