Concepts of Science Education: A Philosophical Analysis
University Press of America, 1985 - 176 páginas
This book, originally published by Scott, Foresman and Company in 1972, demonstrates the relevance of philosophy of science to science education by showing how the philosophical analysis of some basic concepts in science are useful for science education.
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